Cyrix wrote:Actually, if there is a danger of tickets running out - are the creator tickets for everyone who submitted or only for those who made it to finals? I didn't get an email, so I'm guessing the latter.
Niotex wrote:I haven't check previous pages to see if this was brought up before, if so then just ignore this.
There were a lot of rumors going around at E3 about the LA city council wanting to build a football stadium in Downtown LA. Which in itself wouldn't be a big problem were it not for the fact that there have been talks about knocking part of the convention center down because of it. Anyone know anymore more on this and the possible implication it might have on AX 2013?
Ryvannis wrote:I'm glad that people take a look and I have no qualms about it, I actually appreciate it a lot. Though sometimes I hardly get any advice on what to actually change and it bothers me to a huge extent, I had only had one beta tester give me some detailed help and that was after the submission deadline. Here is what I get mostly though:
Tester 1: OMG! It made my friend squeal like a fangirl!
Tester 2: Awesome work, and great scenes, hope you make it in. The mixture that you had in a few parts were cool.
Tester 3: I probably won't take a look a look at it past 3:00 because of the spoilers. (Threw this one in for jokes. You know who you are. )
Tester 4: Your video was inconsistent with the random scenes(I don't get this terminology when it's not even explained to me) but it also seems a bit odd. (Would not have minded this if I actually had specific scenes and details)
Test 5: nice.
Ryvannis wrote:I can't wait to see the contest again this year because I got a few friends in it that I'm willing to vouch for. But honestly, I'll probably throw a major fit and eat Castor Troy since he's retired if the same circumstances happen again next year. Actually, I'll be doing that this year, along with my usual fights with the floor.
Ryvannis wrote:but it almost feels like putting in any amount of old school sources into my video is a complete turn off to the judges unless I jungle in some super crazy effects with a kick ass anime that isn't more than 3-4 years old (no offense).
Cyrix wrote:Ryvannis wrote:but it almost feels like putting in any amount of old school sources into my video is a complete turn off to the judges unless I jungle in some super crazy effects with a kick ass anime that isn't more than 3-4 years old (no offense).
Yeah, I get that feeling too. It's hard to put old school 640*480 videos against all the new widescreen HD series with gradients and bloom all over the place. All of the winners from last year were fairly new, but Rider won drama with the original FMA two years ago so it's not impossible (I can't find the full winner list for 2010 though).
You should feel lucky you get comments on your videos. I rarely get any feedback at all
Castor Troy wrote:..why are people thinking having an HD source automatically makes your video good?
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