Where'd it go? :)
haha thanks for commenting, I edited this post and probably deleted the link accidentally. it's on now! (:
Great to see this, Ernesta :) But I think you need to get comfier with montage in terms of editing; because right now, you've got the bug moving, but the camera is very stationary and that is working against the subjective qualities of what's happening here. You need to collide things more - with jump cuts; mashing close-ups with long shots and different sorts of camera views; a more 'cut up' feel: I know they're classic and often referenced, but it wouldn't hurt to go back to hitchcock: check out the final bird attack from The Birds as a great example of collision and montage:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pwOhqGhP-mk
Phil: Thank you I will. I am still working on this animatic, and still feel that is nowhere near I want it to be. Thank you (:
http://video.yandex.ru/users/ibsorath/view/3/http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102511/Hey, not sure if this is useful :)
Nat thank you for your links, that type writer is incredible. That's what I am going for! Very useful, thank you!