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Topic # 22084 16-May-2008 10:00
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48 hour film fest is on this weekend ...

Anyone participating ?

Me and a coupla mates have got a team - we were in it last year, but it seems we're even less prepared this time ! going backwards .

... i can only pray the technical aspect isn't our downfall like it was last year - laptop failed to recognise it had firewire with 3 hours to go .

oooo the pain .

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Reply # 131191 16-May-2008 10:17
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It looks like fun...

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  Reply # 131207 16-May-2008 11:13
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I have a mate in it for the first time, sounds like lots of fun!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 131238 16-May-2008 12:58
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We are hosting a team of mainly former students here at Media Design School for the duration. They're aiming to produce a 2min CGI vid - something of a breakthrough I understand (as long as the network and file strores hold together :P




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  Reply # 131249 16-May-2008 13:19
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Groovy - looking forward to seeing it - was impressed with what MukPuddy could do with their time last year ...

its a bit more flexible this year with regards to characters etc - they can be modelled/built before-hand .

wow . not long now ... tick tick


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