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A Star Wars Story:HAN SOLO & CHEWBACCA Episode1 The Shipment

Posted By nikofilm 2 Months Ago
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A Star Wars Story:HAN SOLO & CHEWBACCA Episode1 The Shipment

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Hello!
I'm a big fan of the STAR WARS series and I decided to make a short series of 5 episodes, an interpretation of the idea. Han Solo and Chewbacca are my favorite characters, so I use their images in my creative teasers.
This is a project of an avid fan, to other passionate fans of the series. The movie was created entirely by me. Every time
free time, I fully dedicated myself to making it. Episode work took me more than 2 months.
Its budget is 0.00 euros. That's why I'm aware of his technical imperfection. I hope the viewers are understandable and not too critical.
Enjoy watching!


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Very good work in lighting here, congrats, really good camera movements too.it's really good good work

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Thank you.
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I thought it was a forum for commenting on ideas, projects, movies created with iClone. Movies are published, but no feedback, no comments. This does not make it clear whether a project is successful or not. Where are the mistakes. What needs to be corrected. I have the impression that no one is interested in works created with iClone. I read in the forum that most people are interested in Unreal and Unity in the iClone forum.
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Oh, sometimes, peoples are simply busy and don't comment Smile

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Hello, very nice work compliment.
Greetings RobertSmileSmile
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This was rendered in Iclone? Looks great. What settings did you use?
I thought the edgy  HDR setting worked nicely in the lighting to help give it a gritty, post-apocalyptic feel.Did you also use a LUTs setting in Iclone or do somerhing in post production? 
Animation looked nice and smooth, which can be hard to accomplish with Iclone. 
I felt it could have used a bit more variety in camera shots and angles in the main scene. Everything seemed to be pretty much close-up or medium close. A couple more wide shots thrown in to establish spatial relationships would have been helpful, IMO, Also, a few extreme closeups on eyes or on Chewies' crossbow point or something could have helped break it up and add visual interest.  Just my thought. 






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Thanks for camera recommendations. For the next films I will keep in mind. I made the color corrections in Adobe Premiere.
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Nice work. Overall a very successful production.
 I lost interest in Star Wars after they blew up Lukes character but I think you've done a fine job here.
Sometimes people don't comment for many reasons. I never take it personally, I know the work I did, the challenges
I faced to get it done etc. I'm not looking to acquire money and 'likes' are sort of a currency. So I don't sweat it much.
That being said, We all like to get recognition from our peers.
Grats on a nice piece of work, and I'll keep watching.

Cool pete



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Cool!
Nicely done and entertaining...
Some nice shots, cool texture on the face of the guy having lunch.
Your "laser shots" are very convincing. How did you make them? Small cylinders?

A few remarks:
- at 1:30 the glow fx of the cabin lights is IMHO way too strong
- at 2:20 sadly tiny light dots coming through the Head of Han Solo
- at 3:08 the bow attached to Chewbacca behaves strange
- at 3:45 your camera clips and cuts your coke in half
- at 5:42 the box Han Solo is carrying is way too "overexposed"
And it's a pitty the fur of Chewbacca is "static", but having physics on it is probably very tricky...

BUT over all well done. Looking forward for more Wink


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