A little parody of those public service announcements you see on tv...this one about the dangers of Care Bear attacks. Yes, that's me playing the "victim", and my daughter as the owner of the little Care Bear monsters. *lol*
@01:31Congratulations on including your daughter in the video. She will have a better understanding of how special effects work by participating in them than she can ever gain by reading about them in books or watching extra features on DVDs that tell how the movie was made.
@01:31Well, she really enjoys it. Since I bought my green screen, she's been practically begging me to film her in front of it, just to make her tiny or giant, or whatever. She's only a few weeks away from being 7 years old, but already she understands that I make the green disapear and replace it with whatever background I want, and that I can manipulate the film to make her fly, or vanish, or whatever...she just gets a big kick out of all of it.
@01:31Aww!? Really? I thought it was hilarious!! Especially the part when you're fighting off the Care Bears XDDD Does it freak her out or something or does she just... not like it? I mean, I remember being a lil kid and saying that I didn't like something just because I didn't like it XD Kids are just funny that way, I guess And you daughter is adorable ^^ She makes a splendid little actress! ^///^
@01:31She doesn't like the end of it, really...when Funshine's eyes suddenly light up. That part freaks her out a bit. *lol* She knows it's all fake, though...I've had her in a few of my special effects clips lately, so she's already learning about green screens and After Effects and all that, and she's not quite 7 yet. *lol*
@01:31To be honest, that part freaked me out a bit, too ^^ Wow, lucky kid! I was introduced to green screens in grade ten and it certainly wasn't by the hand of either of my parents sadly. Good that she knows it's fake though haha, I was the silly child who thought that Jurassic Park really existed when I saw that movie XD