Thursday, 28 January 2016

Audio Redux Edition

Over the years I've had criticism from sound engineers about the quality of my original video's sound effects. Obviously, I made that project in my bedroom in my parents house without any experience, but little did I know it'd get as much notice as it did. So I've always felt a little embarrassed about my inadequacies being seen by so many people.

Now one of those inadequacies has been rectified by John Nathans, an actual audio designer. This was done of his own volition, but I thought it was so good it had to go up. I don't mind having two versions, either, kind of reminds me of how many different versions Ridley Scott has of his own films.

Anywho, check it:

21 comments:

  1. Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck, yeah!

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  2. I love this short. I love everything about it.
    Being a HUGE Batman fan, this is something that should be explored.
    Batman fought the Predator, and Aliens and so many other things. why not make a full length Batman V Terminator movie.
    Please.

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    1. I work at a child care products center designing cards and calendars, not an animation studio. Also, this video took me nearly 4 years of grinding, and it's only a 5 minute short. So there's no way I could make something beyond this in duration nor could I manage a collaboration with other artists over the internet. This will always remain as simply a YouTube video.

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    2. I have to say, Hammond. This is a superb well done video. The art concept its amazing. My guess is that with the right resources you would do great. Cheers.

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  3. Why not kickstarter so you can get funding, a team that you hand pick,and time to make this into your career. How many views? Wow if each of those gave 50 cents.

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    1. I agree, that is an excellent idea. Do a Kickstarter, using this as a proof of concept, you could assemble a team of animators or a reputable animation studio willing to work with your idea, get permission from DC and move forward with a web series or direct to dvd.

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    2. I've creatively moved on from Batman versus The Terminator as I spent nearly 4 years working on it and I'd never get support for a completely different or original project. I've started something new (check out my latest posts) and have been working on it for a while. I've decided to leave animating as a hobby to simply grind away on instead.

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  4. Excellent!!!!!! now: where is the second part??

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  5. This is great, you should do a full featured movie of this on youtube.

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    1. I work at a child care products center designing cards and calendars, not an animation studio. Also, this video took me nearly 4 years of grinding, and it's only a 5 minute short. So there's no way I could make something beyond this in duration nor could I manage a collaboration with other artists over the internet. This will always remain as simply a YouTube video.

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  6. OMG, looove this concept !

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  7. great concept ! cant w8 for more !!!!

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  8. What would it take to make a full length film besides licensing money which clearly no crowd funding will cover? :)

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  9. The original sound is much better. This sounds a bit like a cartoon while the original gave a more chaotic feeling which I thinks fits well. Bruce Waybes voice is also much better in the original work.

    Overall thank you for having given us this amazing peace of animation!

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  10. The link for the second part has been restricted, can you possibly give us another link to see the video?

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  11. You're a Genius. No need to say more. Thanks for your passion.

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  12. I loved this short.. You are in another level.. Thank for to do this.. Only five minutes and I entered in Terminator world, with Batman supports me, hahaha! Excellent job!!

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  13. No idea if you'll read this.
    I saw this video yrs ago. I forgot it but I believed you tapped into an unknown area of the mythology & folklore that surrounds Batman, the character. Like the Tale of the Grendel and Beowulf, the Batman character gets different versions every so often.

    You created something special. Way better than most content in YouTube.

    Take Care

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