Started by Eliteslayer, April 22, 2009, 07:42:45 PM
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Quote from: Eliteslayer on October 08, 2009, 11:10:08 PMI intend to host this panel again in 2010, with a new series to abridge (one that won't get taken down by Bandai, with any luck), so look forward to it!
Quote from: Eliteslayer on October 08, 2009, 11:10:08 PMWith the last one, the audience was really cooperative, and once everyone had their lines, the recording went real smoothly.
Quote from: Eliteslayer on October 08, 2009, 11:10:08 PM Actually, I wish I had those audience volunteers when I'm working with my Ranma Abridged co-writer, that's how smoothly it went. I hope next year will go just as well.
Quote from: CorellianJones on October 09, 2009, 08:40:23 PMSo far, I've only had stuff taken down because of the music I chose, not the video material. It's a fairly lousy deal to work on something only to be told that it was removed due to copyright infringement.
Quote from: CorellianJones on October 09, 2009, 08:40:23 PMI'm a bit confused on this point. Are you saying that your audience volunteers helped you write the script on the spot, or that you're saying they were easier to work with because they were able to handle the lines that were given to them?If the script was written on the spot and the audience read the lines cold, then that is truly impressive. I would ask just how long of a block did Fanimecon give you to do all this?Writing parodies in general often makes the difference between a poorly done improv and a well orchestrated piece. I'd say that if people had fun with your panel, then it should be a really popular one to go to next year.
Quote from: Eliteslayer on October 09, 2009, 09:36:39 PMOh, my bad, I should have specified. My co-writer for Ranma Abridged does most of the voices as well, and I often have to have him do multiple takes over and over and over until he says them right. That wasn't a problem this time, everyone was very clear. Plus, they read the lines as they were written, rather than argue about the most pointless of details like aforementioned co-writer.
Quote from: Eliteslayer on October 09, 2009, 09:36:39 PMThe audience volunteers did read their lines cold, although they had a bit of time to look over the script before their lines came up. The script I had written ahead of time so I could edit the video accordingly, that way they could record their lines directly over the clips we were using. We had an hour for the panel, same as any other, and it took exactly that much time to do everything.
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