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Chibi Heroes Trailer is ready!

Posted by Dave Bull at 9:19 AM, December 15, 2012 [Permalink]

Woot! Take a look at our little trailer for the upcoming video showing the process of how our Chibi Heroes prints are made. It's just over a minute long ...

Bet you can't play it just once!

 

Discussion

 

Added by: Jacques on December 15, 2012 8:12 PM

Well done. A very professionally looking/sounding trailer!

It would fit in over on www.imdb.com easily...



Added by: Dave on December 15, 2012 8:47 PM

Glad you like it, Jacques! I had a ton of fun making it the other evening ...

As for imdb, let's wait until we've had our first $100 million dollar opening weekend ... :-)



Added by: Marc Kahn on December 16, 2012 6:28 AM

Very nice presentation of the beginning of the process! Visuals are certainly clear enough that no narration is necessary. The sign of a true expert is that he/she makes whatever they do look easy, and that's what you're doing here.



Added by: Jacques on December 16, 2012 8:42 AM

That 'Drops of water' music by djlang59 is really catchy ...

Dave, once the full Chibi Heroes prints making process video hits the cinemas, will it also contain those parts of the trailer NOT approved by you and Jed Henry for all woodblock print fans as an extra bonus? ;-)



Added by: Dave on December 16, 2012 1:25 PM

no narration is necessary ...

Wrestling with this actually ... What is obvious to me - and to other people familiar with printmaking - is one thing, but we want this to be clearly understandable by basically everybody.

So before we release the finished version, we're going to test it out on 'dummies' to see what might need more careful visual treatment.

not approved ...

Well, there might be some out-takes ... We'll see!



Added by: Himi on December 17, 2012 5:37 AM

Super!!
Can't wait for the rest of the movie :)



 

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