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« on: June 09, 2006 01:54:25 AM »

Ok, see I have a video camara and I want to make a short film, maybe lots of them, I dont know I just want to focus on one right now.  Anyway, I thought it be neat if i make it and have my bro and sis and their friends that i talk to to, to be in it, well its not going to work because most of them arent allowed to leave the street theyre on. so it creates a problem, because I was going to make everyone a copy of the movie and burn it to a cd for each so they can keep it.  Im just a crafty person that likes doing anything that creates most of the time.  I could ask my friends but most of them work.  So, again that is problem.  So, my question is how can I make a movie without no people?(Because I do not want to make one with people I dont know)  Could I make it like into animated character but how?(because the only thing I have that can edit it is the cd that came with it when i hook it up to the computer and windows window maker(but that dont got nothing on what the cd that came with vc can do).  So, is there anyway to do this impossible task?Thanks for reading.
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« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2006 02:33:27 AM »

you can try claymation- like wallace and gromit. Your characters don't have to be clay; in stop motion filiming you change the picture frame by frame and a while later you string them all together to make a movie- it's like a flipbook.
you can use stuffed animals. A little childish, but you can use them to try and learn some cool camera angles. And they cooperate and do stunts too.
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« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2006 03:20:12 PM »

thanks for the suggestions
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