Gremlins-Fan-Film Making Of


(Youtube Direktgremlins, via IZ Reloaded)

Vor einer Weile habe ich den Gremlins-Fan-Film von Sacha Feiner gebloggt, hier nun das Making Of dieses exzellent gemachten Movie-Spoofs. Snip aus der Youtube-Description:

The creatures effects are all made with puppets. I made a new mold out of a hard cast of one of the original sculptures from the production. I created a batch of new foam puppets especially for this project. Their performances are enhanced by computer effects, which makes them able to do nearly anything, from running to jumping or facial expressions. The entire shooting takes place in a bluescreen studio, arranged in my basement, in order to superimpose the gremlins in the chosen movies.

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  1. Bateman

    Yay, practical effects FTW!

  2. badeboom

    Hell yeah! Sehr inspirierend!! Vielleicht bekommt er ja echt die Chance, an einem dritten Teil mitzuwirken.

  3. Bateman

    “Vielleicht bekommt er ja echt die Chance, an einem dritten Teil mitzuwirken.”

    … oder bei einem anderen Projekt, das auf practical effects setzt. Aber wenn man den Typ reden hört und seine Faszination mit Gremlins sieht, wäre ihm Gremlins 3 echt zu wünschen.

  4. windam

    Leute wie ihn, die mit soviel Liebe zum Detail und zum Original an die Arbeit gehen braucht die Branche … und keinen der nur an’s Geld denkt und ein vorhandenes Franchise abermals ausschlachtet …

  5. Rocksteady

    Faszinierend und inspirierend! Was für ein Aufwand!

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