Attention Creators! You imput is needed.^^

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Attention Creators! You imput is needed.^^

Postby Hakura » Sat Jul 06, 2002 3:45 pm

Hi there ^^ I was interested in seeing who all is a Canadian creator ^^ There are so many from the US that I thought it would be cool to see the talent from the good old North ^^

Now I have personaly met some of you including Tim (Doki Doki) and Nailz I believe I say you at AN? I know I saw someone else there ^^ Oh yeah and Jay (Aokakesu) I know there was more from AN but any way why not share some info.

I wanted to make a page on my site deticated to Canadian AMV creators so why not start here ^^

To American's and otherwise, feel free to also anwser this questioaire, just please tell me where in the US or other wise you are from so I can add you too ^^

If you don't mind please post some info, leave out some stuff if you so wish ^^ Thanks a lot ^^

Also general discussion would be great too ^^

First Name: Nicole

Alias: Hakura
E-mail: hakura@otakuproductions.org

Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Web Site: http://otakuproductions.org

First AMV you ever saw (if you remember): Blue Mercury (Aluminum Studios)

What do you look for most in an AMV: I look first and formost for effort, and what the creator is trying to show you. I don't really look for how the music fits with the anime, I look at what the creator did with the video/song and their interpertation.

Video quality doesn't always mean *quality*. A good work is in the eyes of the person viewing it. No one will like everything. I also look for if there is a hidden meaning to the video and how well it flows. Everyone is different and that's what makes us unique.

Who(if anyone) inspired to yo create AMV's: Will (Aluminum Studios),

What is your favorite type of AMV: Drama/Artistic

On average how much time do you spend on a single video: 50-100+ hours usually spanned over 1-6 months.

Do you fell that winning awards makes you a *master*: No, there is no such thing as a master, just people who gradualy gain more expirence in the field.

Do you see AMV's as an art form: Yes, I think of them as a way I can express myself in a visual form. I could go really in depth with this, but I won't for the time being.

Does negative feedback cause you to become less inclined to create more videos: No not at all. I will always stand by the fact that I make them for me, and no one else. If others like them that is great ^^ If they don't that's ok as well ^^ Sure people can be harsh with words, but you need to tell your self "Who cares" as long as *you* like it and are happy with it, that's the main point.

Do competitions mean the world to you: Nope. I see them as a way to see my work on the big screen ^^ It's also great to see people reactions, winning is just an added bonus ^^

Well there you have it ^^ A lot of questions but your imput is needed ^^
Thanks in advance to anyone who does this it's a big help to me! ^^
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Postby klinky » Sat Jul 06, 2002 4:02 pm

Iam from the USA!

Hey Haruka, thanx for the alert. I didn't know so many Canadians were lurking around these parts. It seems I can't go our the DOOR WITH OUT ANOTHER FREAKIN' CANADIAN BEING THERE.

Quite frankley I didn't know that DokiDoki was of the Red Leaf nor Nailz or Odirurukukuku man.


Infact I think Odiruturlk had Canaidna propoganda in it.

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Re: Attention Creators! You imput is needed.^^

Postby phantom_112 » Sat Jul 06, 2002 4:24 pm

Well I'm a fellow Canadian amv creator, we are rather sparce these days. Its nice to find some fellow Canadian Creators... damn americans :)


First Name: Harley

Alias: Hakura
E-mail: phantom_112@hotmail.com

Location: Carlgary Alberta Canada

Web Site: No site presently

First AMV you ever saw (if you remember): Vaguely remember it was Machines Faces of Death video.

What do you look for most in an AMV: I look mosted for the effort thats put into them, whether or not they are original, even though it isnt a big factor, because its rather hard to be original.


Who(if anyone) inspired to yo create AMV's: Can't remember exactly who it was. Quite a few people contributed inspiration.

What is your favorite type of AMV: Drama (not love)/Artistic/Action

On average how much time do you spend on a single video: 10-30 hours (not really sure only finished 2 videos, both took me about 10 hours each, while current video has taken about 15 hours for a minute)

Do you fell that winning awards makes you a *master*: I haven't won any awards yet, it wont make me feel like a "master" persay but it will give me one hell of an ego boost in the amv world.

Do you see AMV's as an art form: Many people consider AMV a hobby, but there are many forms of "Art", It takes somewhat of an artistic side to make an AMV...

Does negative feedback cause you to become less inclined to create more videos: No not at all. Negative feedback usually come from people jealous that their work isnt as good as theirs... or they just hate you... for some reason....

Do competitions mean the world to you: Nope. All I want is to have my videos seen on the big screen with an audience, and hopefully not get boo'd
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Postby Hakura » Sat Jul 06, 2002 4:26 pm

Thanks a lot for your reply ^^
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Postby Garylisk » Sat Jul 06, 2002 5:47 pm

I'm not from Canadia (The 51st state ;P), but you DID spell "input" wrong. What's all that aboot?
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Postby klinky » Sat Jul 06, 2002 5:49 pm

imput when you sound it out sounds like "impoot" <---which is obvious canadian.

See now look, we've wrecked her thread....


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Postby TobinHood » Sat Jul 06, 2002 6:31 pm

First Name: Jason
Last Name: Tobin

Alias: TobinHood
E-mail: tobinhood@hotmail.com

Location: Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada

Web Site: http://www.sakkakustuduis.com

First AMV you ever saw (if you remember): Geez, It was something by Hsien Lee I'm pretty sure. It might have been Particle Man though. Can't really remember.

Who(if anyone) inspired to yo create AMV's: Hsien's work ^^

What is your favorite type of AMV: Drama/Artistic

On average how much time do you spend on a single video: alot and I hate it ^^

Do you fell that winning awards makes you a *master*: I'll answer that if I ever enter at a con and win something.

Do you see AMV's as an art form: I see them as both and artform and a hobby.

Does negative feedback cause you to become less inclined to create more videos: Pfft, who cares.

Do competitions mean the world to you: I haven't even entered a video at a con yet so my guess on this category would have to be a no. I'm gonna enter something at AWA this year though if I manage to finish up a project by then.
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Postby Beef » Sat Jul 06, 2002 9:54 pm

I am also a Canadian ^_^

Who(if anyone) inspired to yo create AMV's: Tobin and Otaku Vengence

What is your favorite type of AMV: Action or Dance

On average how much time do you spend on a single video: Probably 30 hours over the time of one or two months depending on the type of video.

Do you fell that winning awards makes you a *master*: No. I feel that you can be a master with no awards.

Do you see AMV's as an art form: Yes, definately. I think it is a major art fourm, you can use it to express many emotions.

Does negative feedback cause you to become less inclined to create more videos: No. Negative feedback makes me think of one word.... Remaster.

Do competitions mean the world to you: Never been to one, nor been entered into one so I would have no Idea.

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Postby Beef » Sat Jul 06, 2002 9:56 pm

Dam forgot this part.

First Name: Frankie
Last Name: MacLean
Alias: Beef
E-mail: frankiemaclean@hotmail.com

Location: Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada

Web Site: http://www.sakkakustuduis.com

First AMV you ever saw (if you remember): It was one of these two U2 Sunday bloody sunday, or Dust in the wind By Tobinhood.
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Postby DiemondDagger » Sat Jul 06, 2002 10:52 pm

First Name: Charles
Last Name: Smith

Alias: DiemondDagger
E-mail: DiemondDagger@aol.com

Location: Toronto, Ontario Canada

Web Site: Destiny Cloud Studios

First AMV you ever saw (if you remember): My First AMV's that I KNEW were AMV's was NeoGohan's "Downside" Other then that I downloaded the german creator GetChaos's DBZ videos and I watched mostly all of Will's.

What do you look for most in an AMV: I look for the deeper meaning. What the creator was trying to do, say, felt.
If I know that the AMV was made for a greater purpose then just to raise his popularity I like it more then if it were a DBZ n00b video just there because everyone else does it.

Who(if anyone) inspired to yo create AMV's: Will (Aluminum Studios), Duane Johnson, Vlad G Pohnert and Kevin Caldwell

What is your favorite type of AMV: Drama/Artistic/Inspirational/Classical/Romance

On average how much time do you spend on a single video: Well since I've only created one AMV and am working on other I don't have much experience with how long. But it took about 3 months for Emotions of Anime and the one I am working on now is taking about 5 months so I would say 1-5months.

Do you feel that winning awards makes you a *master*: No, a good example of this is GetChaos since he hasn't one barely any awards (well none at conventions) yet he still is quite exceptional. Although very primitive editing he does have the basis.

Do you see AMV's as an art form: Yes, and no. Yes that we can express ourselves through our anime for once. But no because alot of creators aren't getting into for that reason anymore. But in my opinion and the way I create AMV's is the way of art. I want to make someone say (I know where that guys coming from) instead of (look at goku kick that guys ass man!).

Does negative feedback cause you to become less inclined to create more videos: Of course no! In fact negative feedback only helps me in the process. I love good comments but I love critisism almost as much since the only way to get better is through mistakes and practice!

Do competitions mean the world to you: I've never gotten far in a competion! ^_^ The only copetitions I have entered are MindWarp which I clearly didn't win. And just recently Senpai contest. So if competions kept me going I would have stopped a long long time ago. ^_^ hell I haven't even been to an Anime Convetion yet. ^_^



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Postby SpPANDA » Sat Jul 06, 2002 11:09 pm

name: daniel

etc etc.

uhm

let me get back to you.
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Re: Attention Creators! You imput is needed.^^

Postby OrionPro001 » Sun Jul 07, 2002 12:16 am

First Name: Orion. (Sorry, no real info given out.).

Alias: Orion

Gender:

E-mail: webmaster@orionproductions.org

Location: California, USA

Web Site: http://www.orionproductions.org

Fav. Anime: Ooohh... here's the list: Hellsing, Trigun, Ah! My Goddess, Scryed, Soul Taker, Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust

Fav. Music Band: Bush (Thanks Machine for introducin' them to me in your Shamanic Princess AMV!! ^_^), System of a Down, Rob Zombie

First AMV you ever saw (if you remember): Some Linkinball - Z that, as I look back upon it, TOTALLY SUCKS.

What do you look for most in an AMV: I personally look for style and how, on the whole, the AMV flows. Then I look if the anime and the song actually make sense together (unless if it's supposed to be a total 'WTF' AMV. :lol: ). Visual effects and the like aren't NECESSARY, but as long as it doesn't use obvious re-occuring scenes, it's all good. ^_^

Who(if anyone) inspired to yo create AMV's: Carlos (Machine) from MindWarp ET. ^_^ YOU DA MAN!!!

What is your favorite type of AMV: Almost any that isn't hentai. ^_^

On average how much time do you spend on a single video: Well I just started, but the average for my first two would be about 2 months. (workin' about 3 - 4 hours whenever I can.).

Do you fell that winning awards makes you a *master*: No. I'm not in this for the awards, I'm in it for the fun and hopin' that people can get a deep connection to the anime through the vid's. (Well, that's my goal anyways. ^_^)

Do you see AMV's as an art form: H-E-L-L Y-E-S.

Does negative feedback cause you to become less inclined to create more videos: No, to a certain degree. If I was to keep on gettin' by MANY different people that "that just plain sucks...", "WTF are you doin'?!?! Don't embarass us!!" kind of remarks all the time, then it would discourage me. But as long as it is CONSTRUCTIVE critizism, then I don't mind. ^_^

Do competitions mean the world to you: Well, since I've only had 2 AMV's made, and only entered in the last MindWarp ET contest... no. :P

What would you consider as your best work thus far: Uumm... I would think it would have to be my Street Fighter Alpha AMV, but many say that my Darkstalker AMV is better. ^_^'
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Postby SpPANDA » Sun Jul 07, 2002 1:35 am

First Name: Daniel

Alias: SpPANDA
E-mail: Daniel@SpPANDA.com

Location: Santa Clara, CA, USA

Web Site: http://SpPANDA.com

First AMV you ever saw (if you remember): Engel

What do you look for most in an AMV: I look to see whether or not an amv shows effort. effects aren't a big deal with me. i just want to see a nice concept, nice layout, nice music, and it all has to match the amv.

Who(if anyone) inspired to yo create AMV's: Kevin Caldwell.

What is your favorite type of AMV: Action/Comedy

On average how much time do you spend on a single video: hours unknown, in terms of days, i spend 2 weeks tops. maybe.

Do you fell that winning awards makes you a *master*: not really... anyone can win an award if they have a good concept. i've won cons... im no master.

Do you see AMV's as an art form: my session 03 vid... if you've seen it. is the most artistic video i've yet to make. alot of symbolism.

Does negative feedback cause you to become less inclined to create more videos: it only makes me hesitate using the same idea in future vids. thinking it'd come out just as bad. negative feedback is a way to learn and fix your mistakes.

Do competitions mean the world to you: nah. it just a way for me to see how i stand up against other really good videos. compare and contrast. take notes and try again. its all to learn.
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Postby Hakura » Sun Jul 07, 2002 1:59 am

Yes I know about the spelling errors, I went to go and fix them...but for some reason I can't edit my posts.

Thanks to everyone who has posted so far ^^
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Postby SpPANDA » Sun Jul 07, 2002 1:59 am

dont thank us, thank yourself.

and pillbugs. the world couldn't hold itself together without pillbugs.
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