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TWO Sheet?

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Every once in awhile my mind wanders. (yeah... no kiddin')

This particular time it settled on the idea of TWO posters.

 

Anyone have any ideas or images laying around that would classify as promotional material for TWO?

I'm not suggesting any be used in actual promotion of TWO but I know we have some very creative minds here in the A:M Forum.

 

(If you are busy animating on TWO this isn't really meant for you but post 'em if you've got 'em... then get back to work!) :P

 

After creating the attached I noted a few possible improvements:

 

Loonville Poster

Add Tin Woodman, Scarecrow and Woot into the scene.

Improve the Loonville title; changing it to "Don't go into Loonville"

 

Witch Poster

Update the Witch to with her fancy new textures (ala Nancy Gormezano)

Pose her so she is facing away from the audience and looking back over her shoulder.

Change the title to "The Wicked Witch's Back!" (Ha! Get it? We are looking at her back? The witch's back? Um... no?)

 

Yeah... I understand she's not that wicked witch, and no she really isn't back in the movie.

But she does make an appearance in a flashBACK!

Ah well, its only a poster.

 

Top that you slackers! B)

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Hey, I like those Rodney.

 

I'm only catching them three years late.

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Thanks Robert!

 

I recently came across some drawings I did for TWO that I don't think I ever posted.

Back in those days I was a day late and a dollar short on a great many things.

 

If it would help others to post their TWO related musings that'd be fun!

I'm sure there is a lot of stuff like that out there.

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Will,

I remember your drawing video tutorial of Tin Woodman as well.

I'm sure I still have that somewhere. :)

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I started looking for posters because there's a *possibility* of a screening at a festival and they were asking about posters.

 

Poster printing is rather expensive though, and Rodney's caught my eye because i thought I could just about make a stencil of that and spray paint my own. :D

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I started looking for posters because there's a *possibility* of a screening at a festival and they were asking about posters.

 

Poster printing is rather expensive though, and Rodney's caught my eye because i thought I could just about make a stencil of that and spray paint my own.

 

Stenciling and spray painting posters... Robert you continually amaze me. (Way to think outside the CG!)

What a rare one of a kind original collectors item that would be. :)

 

It might defeat the purpose of promoting a CG film festival screening but drawing/painting posters (ala original art) sounds like a really cool idea to me. Of course having the festival treat the poster as original art would be unlikely. Having film festivals treat some of the current crop of independent films as artistic treasures is a good idea. If the industry had done the same for the black and white films at the turn of the century we'd have a lot more of them available today.

 

Edit: If you haven't already contacted Martin concerning the posters you should do that.

My suggestion would be that no matter what there should be a URL on the poster to bring those interested to http://www.hash.com

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I started looking for posters because there's a *possibility* of a screening at a festival and they were asking about posters.

 

Poster printing is rather expensive though, and Rodney's caught my eye because i thought I could just about make a stencil of that and spray paint my own.

 

Stenciling and spray painting posters... Robert you continually amaze me. (Way to think outside the CG!)

 

When I was in college I wrote a symphony and scraped together an orchestra to play it. But how to get anyone to come to listen? I needed something to cut through the 8.5x11" flyers that were plastered everywhere so I designed a 2x3 foot poster and three stencils to do it in red, black and gold and made about 40 of those.

 

I think it took me at least a week to cut everything out with an exacto knife. It was a horror of too-many-fonts aesthetic but it got the people there.

 

 

 

Edit: If you haven't already contacted Martin concerning the posters you should do that.

My suggestion would be that no matter what there should be a URL on the poster to bring those interested to http://www.hash.com

 

Martin sent me some "one sheets" which will be satisfactory but they are more geared to the buyer's convention he went to.

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That should work!

 

but...

 

Beware! The URL 'http://www.animationmaster.com' hasn't worked in years.

 

I see that is still at the bottom of the images.

 

Maybe I should register that. ;)

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Beware! The URL 'http://www.animationmaster.com' hasn't worked in years.

 

I see that is still at the bottom of the images.

 

Maybe I should register that. ;)

 

It is registered by Hash through GoDaddy.com; updated on 05-may-2010, expires 01-mar-2015. http://animationmaster.com/ redirects to http://www.hash.com/, but http://www.animationmaster.com/ does not. Both domain lookups return an IP address, presumably the other name would just have to be added to the existing animationmaster.com web site definition that redirects to www.hash.com.

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Beware! The URL 'http://www.animationmaster.com' hasn't worked in years.

 

I see that is still at the bottom of the images.

 

Maybe I should register that. ;)

 

It is registered by Hash through GoDaddy.com; updated on 05-may-2010, expires 01-mar-2015. http://animationmaster.com/ redirects to http://www.hash.com/, but http://www.animationmaster.com/ does not. Both domain lookups return an IP address, presumably the other name would just have to be added to the existing animationmaster.com web site definition that redirects to www.hash.com.

 

 

i added back http://www.animationmaster.com and http://animationmaster.com still goes to the same place but not a redirect.

 

It may take a few hours for your dns to update.

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Thanks Jason.

That's an important link to be able to send people to.

 

It may seem trivial but betweeen (www.hash.com) and (www.animationmaster.com) it's rather clear at a glance which one of the two is the place to find the world's greatest computer graphics animation program. :)

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