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  • Bryant Vander Weerd

    February 17, 2009 at 3:40 am

    Hello everyone –

    In the past I have attempted to get help on here regarding specific pieces of work that I have done. Usually, this site is very helpful when I ask general questions (ie, the correct FCP settings to export with alpha channel, etc etc etc)

    However, when it comes to specifics, like when I post a picture of something I am working on, I seem to get very little, if any feedback. I am trying to revamp my newsroom’s graphics package, including new OTS moving backgrounds. If I posted a link to the image, would anybody here be able/willing to give me feedback on what to do differently or change?

    Right now I just used some random jumpback and masked it off where I want it to be. Seems pretty lazy and a little too easy. So… can I get some feedback?

    “I’ve always found it’s better to shoot something than it is to troubleshoot it…”

  • scott novasic

    February 17, 2009 at 4:01 am

    Hi Bryant, I for one have been on vacation for the last 3 weeks and a few days. Sorry you did not get any response.
    am I missing something, where is the movie or imagery you would like feedback on?

    Animation & Visual Effects
    Scott Novasic
    Los Angeles Ca

  • Nel Santiago

    February 17, 2009 at 5:10 pm

    Hey Bryant,
    Feel free to post a link and any questions you may have. I’ve been a bit out of pocket as of late, but will keep an eye out for your post.




  • Bryant Vander Weerd

    February 19, 2009 at 12:41 am

    I was mainly looking for feedback – namely, IF I took the time to post my material I was curious as to wether or not I would recieve feedback. Based on the two replies to my post however, I will be more than happy to post some of my work so far (MOV files, jpg images, whatever fits) for review.

    I appreciate it! I’m all about creative criticism and getting better at what I do.

    “I’ve always found it’s better to shoot something than it is to troubleshoot it…”

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