Ideajuice Studios specializes in the emerging art of machinima - the creation of videos using virtual reality environments as the sets and avatars as the actors. Follow us on Twitter @Ideajuice
A slightly polished version of our entry for this year with credits. This represents about four extra hours of work than the allotted time. This years team was myself, @snobiwan, @pmoharper, @beaty_boop and a few other friends.
A couple of friends of mine, Natalie Joy and Trevor, recently started a podcast called "Throw It At The Wall" and I couldn't resist snarfing some of their audio and putting a little iClone animation to it. One thing led to another and it evolved into what I suppose is a bit of a promo for the podcast. Check out the podcast at feeds.feedburner.com/tiatw
This is the Ideajuice Studios 48 Hour Film Project for Machinima entry for 2011. This years team was composed entirely of people from Ottawa. We met in person to record the voice overs. Andrew Snowdon wrote the script, and Trevor LaForce helped with editing and credits. Natalie Joy Quesnel helped me find people to do the voice over work. We found a nice quiet place to record at Pebble Studios in Barrhaven. The basic plot outline was crow sourced by brainstorming on Twitter Friday night.
This is a polished version of Ideajuice Studios 2010 entry in the 48 Hour Film Project for machinima. This years entry was done using iClone using a story that was written by the voice actors who play the characters in it. ~ CodeWarrior Carling ~ Team Lead, Video Editor CG, Writer and Actor (Deckhand) ~ Thundergas Menges ~ Audio Editing, Foley, Actor (Mr. Jack Schmit) and Writer ~ Lauren Weyland ~ Writer and Actor (Gideon Boudreau) ~ Ada Radius ~ Writer, Script Editor, Scribe and Actor (Mermai...
"Moon Falling Down" is an original song by Eva Moon and the Lunatics, used with permission. The video was filmed in part in the INSPIRE Space Park, a well known and awe inspiring build in the Second Life virtual world. Eva Moon appears in the video as herself using the same avatar she uses to perform live in Second Life. 3DS Max was used for some portions of the machinima, and iClone was used for the close up sequences of EvaMoon singing. Check out EvaMoons website at http://www.evamoon.net
An ad for the amazing Blue Kitty slicing machine. Order yours today! Many thanks to Thundergas Menges, Kayden Oconnell and 1angelcares Writer for doing voice over for this on really short notice! Thanks to Evie Fairchild and Chantal Harvey for helping with the acting and double thanks to Evie Fairchild for doing fantastic scoring and foley. And of course thanks to Morgaine Dinova for having such a handy slicing attachment on her avatar!