Re: [videoblogging] Cool Podcast Openings?
- The Juno opening credits were amazing and really set the mood for the film,
for me, in a very new and unusual way. It's a good film - she's one amazing
leading woman and this is a whole new wonderful take on the dysfunctional
Shane is learning Motion, the outcome so far is a lot of swearing going on.
On Jan 8, 2008 8:11 AM, Sull <sulleleven@...> wrote:
> i'm a fan of intro sequences as well.
> when i saw juno intro, i totally wanted to see if that was within easy
> of doing myself.
> along similar lines of rotoscoping, which we can all easily do on
> photographs but not video.
> another noteworthy intro was Delicatessen (1991 French Flick)*
> *here it is:*
> On Jan 8, 2008 12:51 PM, Andrew <andrew@...<andrew%40angrypuppets.com>>
> > I recently started working again on an old podcast/film concept I
> > abandoned awhile back and have been thinking about creating a
> > neat/interesting/cool opening sequence for it and have been looking
> > around for inspiration. I saw Juno this past weekend and loved the
> > hand drawn titles Shadowplay Studios did for that.
> > I posted about some of my personal fave openings at
> > http://www.bear-town.com/blog/2008/01/thinking-about-opening.html and
> > wondered if anyone has any favourite video blog opening sequences?
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