LantisEscudo wrote:It takes as long as it takes for you to achieve what you're looking to do. If what you want is simple technically, it can go quite quickly. If what you want requires painstaking rotoscoping work, it can take a while.
It's not about how much time is invested, but more about what you're trying to acomplish.
Rider4Z wrote:they take as long as they take. more time doesn't necessarily mean more stars. it's all about content and quality. and each person edits at a different speed - some can sit for 12 straight hours editing while others break it up to 2 at a time.
focus on quality. don't worry about time.
as for me, a typical amv from me takes from 1 to 3 weeks to produce. however i have created a few in a couple days while others multiple months, both sides depended on my vision and neither necessarily produced more stars than the others.
something else to consider, taking time to step back from a project and refresh your viewpoint can be highly productive. in other words, if you think you're done, take a week away from it, then come back. you'll find new things to "fix".
illninofan21 wrote:I kind of realized before I even made the topic that time really shouldn't be a factor as it goes with any "art" project. I guess I wanted to know specifically as it pertains to AMVs.
Nonetheless, after years of watching other people's works and visiting this site countless times, it's fun to finally jump in and get my hands dirty.
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