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27/06/2015 17:38:35

drewiMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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@rebel... messaged yuz.
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27/06/2015 18:31:27

Rebel
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Cheers drewi, ignore my request for the images, I worked them out.
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28/06/2015 19:58:36

Bernie
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Hi Guys,
Not the best looking entrance......


https://www.dropbox.com/s/oyhldhrqs7t6pd5/Albern%20%20Entrance.JPG?dl=0
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28/06/2015 22:13:35

Rebel
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I'll make something a bit more impressive Bernie, meanwhile here's Earl's messy basement. Was a lot of work for what'll be a shot lasting only a few seconds but it'll be quite an important one.



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28/06/2015 22:23:28

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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Its been interesting watching this thing develop into... well, into a room full of nuts for a start Top job on getting all that to sit in place Rebel, be good to see it when it's all done, and what you guys have come up with.
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29/06/2015 13:37:24

Bernie
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Our boy Earl looks like he has his hands full here! You are right about the importance, the before and after is what drives the point. Most of us deal with this same problem (excluding the nuts)
Thanks Rebel, looks awesome!
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29/06/2015 14:48:40

Bernie
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Thanks for the comment Ziggy! Looks like I am fortunate to be working with a "Rebel With A Cause"Cool As well as Drewi
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06/07/2015 03:34:21

Rebel
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@ziggy, thanks but it's near the limit, I can almost hear Scotty saying "she cannae take anymore captain".

@drewi, now we are almost there!

We have lots of props ready, we already have Earl's messy pad and Earl's tidy pad, now we have Earl's going past the garage scene ready:-



Seeing the totes



and going in.



The scene for Earl coming out of the Squirrelmart:-



And now I am in the process of turning Earl's drey into a warehouse/showroom for the final scene. After that I just need to do a very quick surfing the net and finding binwarehouse.com AVI. After that I think we will be ready to start knocking stuff together!




@Bernie, what colours would you prefer the tote boxes to be, I plan on an assortment
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06/07/2015 12:12:48

drewiMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Awesome endeavour Rebel your vision for the project far exceeds what i had imagined and is a colossal improvement.
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06/07/2015 12:57:18

Bernie
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As Drewi said, you and Drewi have taken this to a level I did not imagine. Much thanks to you both!

The fact we have always tried to drive regarding the totes is that there are many different brands that can fit our systems, so a mix of colored plastic totes as well as our Fold-A-Totes would be ideal.
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07/07/2015 19:32:15

Rebel
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I've thrown in a couple of translucent totes as well.




Finished the end tidy set and placed a picture on the wall, gives it a before and after effect. In the earlier messy set I replaced one of, well you know...

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07/07/2015 19:44:56

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I've been lurking on this thread since the beginning and it really looks amazing. Great work Drewi and Rebel!
I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with the animating and camera cuts.
I'm sitting tight for the final video.
edited by MrDrWho13 on 07/07/2015
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07/07/2015 20:51:02

Rebel
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Thanks Doc. Wait... What! There's animating involved!!! Why didn't anyone tell me????
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07/07/2015 22:33:32

Bernie
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That is One Organized, Very Cool Squirrel.
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08/07/2015 00:19:09

drewiMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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RebelCool has done 99% of the work.
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03/08/2015 23:10:33

Rebel
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(Dusts a little & Hoovers away a few cobwebs...)

Sorry it's taken so long Bernie but here's the finished article:-

The audio could be a lot better but it was the best I could do with the differences in all the sound files that you sent me, getting them to sound anything alike was a nightmare!

You'd be better off clicking the following link rather the watching the Youtube one, it's better quality, 720 HD, only 38 MB and will even stand up to being watched full screened (should buffer in just a few minutes, depending on your connection!).

Not sure how I am going to get the original Full 1080 HD files to you, the mp4 is nearly half a Gig and the AVI is 1.35 Gig, would take me forever to upload them with my lowly 16 Mbs connection. If you're going to put them on your website then I would recommend using HTML5. The Audio in those is a hell of a lot better, I compressed the 720 one a lot and the audio suffered.

Link:-

http://www.wdnet.co.uk/Earl/Earl1280x720.html

YouTube:-


edited by Rebel on 04/08/2015
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04/08/2015 01:04:27

drewiMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Rebel, extremely well done and hats off.

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04/08/2015 08:57:33

MrDrWho13Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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Looks great!
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04/08/2015 11:03:06

fazz68
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good stuff
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04/08/2015 12:57:20

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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That's funny, and really well done - the wink at the end is a nice touch. And yes, now that you mention it, I would like some storage units please

Rebel, you could send the files via WeTransfer.com since they let you send (up to) 2gb files for free (and no registrations or anything). You may have to leave it uploading overnight, mind you...
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