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Offline 'Awve Tìkameie

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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #20 on: March 09, 2010, 10:29:56 pm »
Kalxti!

This is a very ambitious project you're undertaking. A rewarding one at that as well. But just a word of caution: if you plan  to make replicas, especially for sale, be mindful that Fox may knock on your door. The business of making money off replicas gets pretty involved legally speaking. To be honest, you can still make replicas, but if you're going for 100% accuracy for commercial purposes, then consider the legal issues that may come up.

If you're just going for a basic replica, then i don't think it may be an issue. The other consideration is how many you plan on selling. if you don't mass produce, you may be be able to slip under the radar. But do be mindful n o matter what direction you choose to take this project. Last thing you want is Fox legal knocking on your front door. >.<

Thank you for taking a liking to this. Yes, I agree, this is a very rewarding project.
Yes, I know about the legal issues. They won't be exact, but basic, like you said in the post. I won't be mass-producing them, either. Thank you for the heads up, really.
My uncle's dog came over a little less than one week ago. I stupidly left the computer plug on the floor. That night, his dog chewed it up. So, the next morning, I go looking for the plug and I find a chewed up piece of metal. I sadly cannot purchase a new plug right now, and my computer's battery is out. I'm at my public library.

Also, I discovered this promising "small business" film company called Mirror Entertainment. It looks really promising: http://www.mirrorente

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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #21 on: March 09, 2010, 10:31:43 pm »
*Jaw drops* A very ambitious project. I eagerly anticipate the outcome. I wish you good luck with anything you try and create here. Your ideas are incredible. Will be keeping a very close eye on this thread. Irayo for your hard work. :D

Thank you very much. I'll be updating the thread probably every day with some type of new piece of information.
My uncle's dog came over a little less than one week ago. I stupidly left the computer plug on the floor. That night, his dog chewed it up. So, the next morning, I go looking for the plug and I find a chewed up piece of metal. I sadly cannot purchase a new plug right now, and my computer's battery is out. I'm at my public library.

Also, I discovered this promising "small business" film company called Mirror Entertainment. It looks really promising: http://www.mirrorente

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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #22 on: March 09, 2010, 11:13:54 pm »
Alright, I purchased the Bamboo Pen. It works well, just takes time getting used to. I also need to lower the pen tip's sensitivity. Either way, the pictures will be out some time tomorrow  :)
My uncle's dog came over a little less than one week ago. I stupidly left the computer plug on the floor. That night, his dog chewed it up. So, the next morning, I go looking for the plug and I find a chewed up piece of metal. I sadly cannot purchase a new plug right now, and my computer's battery is out. I'm at my public library.

Also, I discovered this promising "small business" film company called Mirror Entertainment. It looks really promising: http://www.mirrorente

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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #23 on: March 09, 2010, 11:21:58 pm »
How do you find the money and time for this! I'm so jealous.....
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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #24 on: March 09, 2010, 11:39:21 pm »
How do you find the money and time for this! I'm so jealous.....

Money:
My father wound up buying me this web design software that I was originally buying using my own money. It was an early birthday present for me. So, I had $80 extra. Since I've wanted this Pen for awhile, I decided to get that. Then, I realize I still had Best Buy gift cards, which wound up adding up to $0.11 more than it costs! So, I now have $80, again, which will be gong toward my new computer

Time:
I believe I can sum it up with: I'm 13  ;). I have about 8 hours on the weekdays and about 14 hours on Friday to Saturday, providing I don't do anything. Also, Spring Vacation is coming up for me  :)
My uncle's dog came over a little less than one week ago. I stupidly left the computer plug on the floor. That night, his dog chewed it up. So, the next morning, I go looking for the plug and I find a chewed up piece of metal. I sadly cannot purchase a new plug right now, and my computer's battery is out. I'm at my public library.

Also, I discovered this promising "small business" film company called Mirror Entertainment. It looks really promising: http://www.mirrorente

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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #25 on: March 10, 2010, 03:04:53 pm »
The Software the Bamboo Pen came with looks great, but it is simply to hard to use! The cursor has MAJOR "lag," and it is impossible to use. I even tried it without the pen. It was still horrible. I'll be receiving a new computer soon, so then I'll release some drawings. Trust me, the software is IMPOSSIBLE to use. I apologize  :-[
My uncle's dog came over a little less than one week ago. I stupidly left the computer plug on the floor. That night, his dog chewed it up. So, the next morning, I go looking for the plug and I find a chewed up piece of metal. I sadly cannot purchase a new plug right now, and my computer's battery is out. I'm at my public library.

Also, I discovered this promising "small business" film company called Mirror Entertainment. It looks really promising: http://www.mirrorente

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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #26 on: March 11, 2010, 11:27:24 pm »
The Software the Bamboo Pen came with looks great, but it is simply to hard to use! The cursor has MAJOR "lag," and it is impossible to use. I even tried it without the pen. It was still horrible. I'll be receiving a new computer soon, so then I'll release some drawings. Trust me, the software is IMPOSSIBLE to use. I apologize  :-[

Hey, it's not your fault the software sucks.  Don't be too hard on yourself.  Just dust yourself off, hop back on your pa'li and ride!

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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #27 on: March 11, 2010, 11:33:22 pm »
The Software the Bamboo Pen came with looks great, but it is simply to hard to use! The cursor has MAJOR "lag," and it is impossible to use. I even tried it without the pen. It was still horrible. I'll be receiving a new computer soon, so then I'll release some drawings. Trust me, the software is IMPOSSIBLE to use. I apologize  :-[

Hey, it's not your fault the software sucks.  Don't be too hard on yourself.  Just dust yourself off, hop back on your pa'li and ride!

Ha, thank you for those words. My birthday is coming up really fast, and I only asked for two things: Cash and the Nook. So once I get all the presents in, I'll see how much I have and decide on the best computer. My current computer just had to much junk on it, so it was almost inevitable that the software wasn't going to work well with it. Either way, thank you for Thosw words, +1 karma
My uncle's dog came over a little less than one week ago. I stupidly left the computer plug on the floor. That night, his dog chewed it up. So, the next morning, I go looking for the plug and I find a chewed up piece of metal. I sadly cannot purchase a new plug right now, and my computer's battery is out. I'm at my public library.

Also, I discovered this promising "small business" film company called Mirror Entertainment. It looks really promising: http://www.mirrorente

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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #28 on: March 12, 2010, 02:58:13 pm »
Yea those pens all have a bit of lag to them. A good program for just drawing that I use occasionally is Autodesk Alias Sketchbook Pro.
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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #29 on: March 12, 2010, 03:14:17 pm »
Yea those pens all have a bit of lag to them. A good program for just drawing that I use occasionally is Autodesk Alias Sketchbook Pro.

It's not the pen that is the problem, but the computer's memory, graphic card, processor, etc. The pen & tablet itself has no lag, but using the software (for some reason) just takes up to much space.
My uncle's dog came over a little less than one week ago. I stupidly left the computer plug on the floor. That night, his dog chewed it up. So, the next morning, I go looking for the plug and I find a chewed up piece of metal. I sadly cannot purchase a new plug right now, and my computer's battery is out. I'm at my public library.

Also, I discovered this promising "small business" film company called Mirror Entertainment. It looks really promising: http://www.mirrorente

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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #30 on: March 12, 2010, 03:29:50 pm »
This is such an amazing project, I really hope your new comp will allow you to move forward with it. If you want I have some high quality ram and stuff lying around in a drawer that I'm not using. Just say the word :D
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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #31 on: March 15, 2010, 12:52:24 am »
I posted a poll on the Cosplay/Costuming Thread. I ask everyone who is even remotely interested in this to vote. Please use the pictures found here on this thread as a reference to the poll. Thank you all  :)

http://forum.learnnavi.org/cosplay-costuming/hand-made-movie-replicas-important-poll/


If you vote and leave a message there, I'll give you one karma point. I greatly need this poll answered. This will help me greatly when I begin to create. Thanks again  :)
My uncle's dog came over a little less than one week ago. I stupidly left the computer plug on the floor. That night, his dog chewed it up. So, the next morning, I go looking for the plug and I find a chewed up piece of metal. I sadly cannot purchase a new plug right now, and my computer's battery is out. I'm at my public library.

Also, I discovered this promising "small business" film company called Mirror Entertainment. It looks really promising: http://www.mirrorente

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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #32 on: March 16, 2010, 11:23:14 pm »
How much would you spend for a working version of the RDA wasp for Airsoft play and display?

A RDA Shotgun?

A RDA Machine Gun?

A RDA Assault Rifle?


With each, a stand and info card is included
My uncle's dog came over a little less than one week ago. I stupidly left the computer plug on the floor. That night, his dog chewed it up. So, the next morning, I go looking for the plug and I find a chewed up piece of metal. I sadly cannot purchase a new plug right now, and my computer's battery is out. I'm at my public library.

Also, I discovered this promising "small business" film company called Mirror Entertainment. It looks really promising: http://www.mirrorente

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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #33 on: March 16, 2010, 11:41:04 pm »
I love this idea!  I've attempted to make some items, unfortunately my mother isn't very supportive of me...

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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #34 on: March 16, 2010, 11:53:58 pm »
I love this idea!  I've attempted to make some items, unfortunately my mother isn't very supportive of me...

I am sorry to hear that. I hope everything works out for you.

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My uncle's dog came over a little less than one week ago. I stupidly left the computer plug on the floor. That night, his dog chewed it up. So, the next morning, I go looking for the plug and I find a chewed up piece of metal. I sadly cannot purchase a new plug right now, and my computer's battery is out. I'm at my public library.

Also, I discovered this promising "small business" film company called Mirror Entertainment. It looks really promising: http://www.mirrorente

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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #35 on: March 17, 2010, 03:47:43 am »
I love how creative you Na'vi are :D


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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #36 on: March 17, 2010, 03:24:46 pm »
I love how creative you Na'vi are :D

Quaritch giving a complement?! To a Na'vi?!!! How long have I been asleep?!  ???

 :D

My uncle's dog came over a little less than one week ago. I stupidly left the computer plug on the floor. That night, his dog chewed it up. So, the next morning, I go looking for the plug and I find a chewed up piece of metal. I sadly cannot purchase a new plug right now, and my computer's battery is out. I'm at my public library.

Also, I discovered this promising "small business" film company called Mirror Entertainment. It looks really promising: http://www.mirrorente

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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #37 on: March 17, 2010, 03:33:46 pm »
i would love a RDA Assault Rifle
but my mother woould never let me have one  :(
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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #38 on: March 17, 2010, 03:37:54 pm »
I love how creative you Na'vi are :D

Quaritch giving a complement?! To a Na'vi?!!! How long have I been asleep?!  ???

 :D



Some Na'vi deserve it and I am so madely in love with prop makers its not funny. Deffently adding you to the Colonels list of protected Na'vi :D not to mention that little pm we had you get another RDA cookie :)


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Re: Hand-Made Movie Replicas
« Reply #39 on: March 17, 2010, 04:00:17 pm »
I love how creative you Na'vi are :D

Quaritch giving a complement?! To a Na'vi?!!! How long have I been asleep?!  ???

 :D



Some Na'vi deserve it and I am so madely in love with prop makers its not funny. Deffently adding you to the Colonels list of protected Na'vi :D not to mention that little pm we had you get another RDA cookie :)

Thank you  :)

I'm still amazed Quaritch has respect for the Na'vi. AND a protected Na'vi list. AND has skills in baking cookies. I'm confused, horrified, mystified, and amazed at the same time.
My uncle's dog came over a little less than one week ago. I stupidly left the computer plug on the floor. That night, his dog chewed it up. So, the next morning, I go looking for the plug and I find a chewed up piece of metal. I sadly cannot purchase a new plug right now, and my computer's battery is out. I'm at my public library.

Also, I discovered this promising "small business" film company called Mirror Entertainment. It looks really promising: http://www.mirrorente

 

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