Sunday, November 29, 2009

iClone does Pong!

Showing the pure power of iClone 4.1 (ok, maybe not... maybe more like showing what one man can do when he's a little crazy!)

I just had to share it with the world...

There IS a reason I did it, and all will be revealed in the next couple of weeks (no, it won't appear in 'The Haunter Of The Dark'!)

Friday, November 13, 2009

Star Wars: Uncut - Scene 430 (COMPLETE)

Star Wars Uncut - Scene 430 from Phil Browne on Vimeo.

And here it is! My 15 seconds of Star Wars fame (ok, not really, but it IS 15 seconds long.)

Got my wife to do the one female role in it, otherwise all the parts are voiced by me. And the sound effects are all me (vocal, mind you!), somewhat altered by Audacity, Wavepad and Vegas.

Filmed in iClone 4.02 (and I must thank Dulci for the Path help and giving me C3PO!)

I've added a lot of little extras throughout the 11 shots that make up these 15 seconds (can you believe the amount of cuts?! I was astonished when I started analysing the original footage!) - Can you spot all the extra bits?

I might do another scene (I can do up to 3), though so far none of the remaining ones have appealed to me. Still looking, though.

If YOU want to become part of this unique project, check out

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Star Wars: Uncut

Star Wars: Uncut Trailer from Casey Pugh on Vimeo.

I recently saw this in passing in a yahoo news article, then more recently a new member of TMU mentioned it on the forums, and I thought, "Why not!"

To quote the post (quoting the site):

"Hello! You and 472 other people have the chance to recreate Star Wars: A New Hope. Below is the entire movie split up into 15 second clips. Click on one of the scenes to claim it, film it, and upload it. You can have up to three scenes! When we're all done, we'll stitch it all together and watch the magic happen."

Well, I have! And I think it'd be great to see more machinima entries in it, too. I have no idea how many people are already working on this, so it'd be cool if you could let me know here!

Check out the site:

Note: They've made use of Vimeo to host the videos, and the result is fairly simple and effective.

So... why not come to the Dark Side and give it a try!!