Whatever floats your boat...
Tinkerhell 3 from ThatGirl on Vimeo.
For Geoff's Unfinished projects Month.
Enjoy Fright Fest Y'all.
(sorry so late, Geoff, this was supposed to be posted last week. I'm a little trapped atm)
Wait that really happened? I thought that was just a drug induced fever dream.
Squirrels outside of Squirrel Month and now unfinished business during Fright Fest month? It's really true. End times. Damn. I just got an oil change and bought the expensive synthetic that's good for 7000 miles.
Shoulda' stuck with the cheap oil and stocked up on Slim Jims and Little Debbie cakes. Money won't be any good soon.
That fairy is cute as a button.
This is quite cool. It reminds me of DVD commentary on deleted scenes. It's always neat to see unedited green-screen clips. It's so stripped down, and for people like you who have genuine acting talent, nothing shows it off like acting in the absence of anything but a green backdrop. It's analogous to how sometimes I think a stripped-down acoustic track really shows off the beauty of a melody that you usually only hear as some overproduced, sonically layered recording.
I really enjoyed this. I guess there are some earlier, completed scenes? You mentioned a previous section. If you've never seen her before I give you "Princess Nicotine"! I wish she had music, I've seen the piece with music, but the image quality is very good.
Geoff, your knowledge of film history is truly impressive. I've taken several film history courses and I never heard of Princess Nicotine before. I can imagine people being awed by these special effects in 1909. And it is so rich in visual metaphors, no sound track is necessary.
@Geoff -Nicotine Fairy was so ambitious for it's time, I'm surprised professors never even mentioned it in film class. you ARE a film history GURU! -- the "kicking" at everything=So Tinkerhell and I've never seen it.
Re: Tinkerhell, It was purely a silent film with soundtrack and sound effects, two episodes of this Fairy Prankster. I posted them on Vimeo a while back as an archive here:
Tinkerhell - is private on vimeo - password tink
Tinkerhell 2 - is on vimeo here
To take Tinkerbell and mold her into a Hell-Raiser was a BLAST for me. The lifespan of this character was interdependent on the crop of potential collaborating victims and my ability to write appropriate stories for each LiveVideo Personality. LtAdams decided how he was going to handle Tink when I told him what I wrote for him, so of course, there is SHOOSTING!
@Amy-yea srsly, if you also add in the list of statistically improbable events which came my way all in less than 48 hrs, one MIGHT be convinced it's the END times. Those people are cordially invited to sign over all their property and financial holdings to my name. Email Me for Details!
@NJ- I always kept the greenscreen and behind the scenes footage to myself because when my stories were relevant and ALIVE, I always felt it was a Dream-Stealer, and would just kill the magic I was trying to make. THank you for the compliment.
@Adams - Here's what really happened. You overdosed on sleeping meds while you were sick that winter. When the cops arrived after neighbors complained of the shoosting sounds coming from your apartment, you insisted it was a fairy trying to kill you. They abruptly took you to the funny farm for a 6 week vacation, then you went home and slept another 6 months. When you awoke to more police officers standing in your apartment you insisted the mouse you captured under a glass was this tiny harrasser, Fairy thing. Your glee at having finally caught the culprit earned you another free stay at Hotel Amnesia and that's where Chig comes in. The way YOU tell it, he appears shirtless whenever you see him, but no one else has ever Seen a CHIG alive. You called me a few times from the "hotel"...it's always interesting.
enjoyed this mini doc vid on the creation, was good to listen to you and discuss the whole idea. very nice :)
no puppy killing.
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