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Wow, I wish I'd had that picture when I was building my sets - I had to work from a couple of screen grabs.

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Reply #91 on 17 Jan, 2007, 5:16am
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yeah but I only found it a few weeks ago in a book (doctor who the 60's)

oh and now what will scarfwearer do next in his next adventure........................... . . . . . .

sorry over optomistic
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Well, after waiting a decent interval, I bring you....

The Outtakes

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LOL! Very amusing :-)) My favourite bit was the Dalek ominously appearing from within the Dardis - only to be accompanied by a little helper :))))
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Great stuff crispin :) and I can see now, where the DARDIS was parked :)

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Reply #97 on 26 Jan, 2007, 1:04am
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those outakes were funny as but it seems that scarfwearer and the daleks was a challange to make.

still a new methoed of dalek piloting has emerged no dalek operators but dalek pushers
(hope that the daleks dont have unions)

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those outakes were funny as but it seems that scarfwearer and the daleks was a challange to make.

still a new methoed of dalek piloting has emerged no dalek operators but dalek pushers

I've been pushing the daleks a lot. The camera I have only takes 30 seconds of video at a time, which isn't actually time to climb into a dalek, and nearly all of this is done solo. There is one shot where the daleks are just rolling down the slope by themselves. Come to think of it, I think there were only three shots in the whole movie where the daleks were actually occupied...

Of course the challenge is part of the fun.

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I've been pushing the daleks a lot. The camera I have only takes 30 seconds of video at a time, which isn't actually time to climb into a dalek, and nearly all of this is done solo. There is one shot where the daleks are just rolling down the slope by themselves. Come to think of it, I think there were only three shots in the whole movie where the daleks were actually occupied... Of course the challenge is part of the fun. Crispin


I knew it - a commentary track!!! ;) ;) ;)

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I've been pushing the daleks a lot. The camera I have only takes 30 seconds of video at a time, which isn't actually time to climb into a dalek, and nearly all of this is done solo. There is one shot where the daleks are just rolling down the slope by themselves. Come to think of it, I think there were only three shots in the whole movie where the daleks were actually occupied... Of course the challenge is part of the fun. Crispin


I knew it - a commentary track!!! ;) ;) ;)

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Just wait for the Extended Edition Adventures of Scarfwearer DVD with commentaries, behind the scenes documentaries, multiple view angles, subtitles, production stills, multiple languages(!??), oh and vegan Easter Eggs... You'll love it!

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Reply #101 on 30 Mar, 2007, 10:13am
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Hi Scarfwearer - I've been cleaning up my computer (a bit... - lots of distractions) and found most if not all of your vids and watched them again - fantastic!! Oddly enough, I rented and watched the Sontaran Experiment today and found that in all of the sequences where Stuart Fell (or whoever it was) was pretending to by Tom Baker and deliberately shot from the back and oblique angles - I found myself seeing the Scarfwearer Doctor instead! I'm not sure exactly what the similarity is - probably just about everything up to and including the lack of Tom Baker's face.

Cheers old chap, keep up the good work!

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It was Terry Walsh as Tom's double. :)
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Ah, thats right! So, am I crazy (don't answer that! :-X) or is Scarfy actually Tom's double in the Sontaran Experiment? ;)
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- I found myself seeing the Scarfwearer Doctor instead! I'm not sure exactly what the similarity is - probably just about everything up to and including the lack of Tom Baker's face.

Possibly the costume not fitting perfectly? The stunt man is presumably not exactly the same height at Tom Baker.
Scarfwearer's coat is actually Mrs. Scarfwearer's and thus a bit small... So is the hat... Oh and did I mention that she knitted the scarf as well? I just know I'm walking into some joke about cross dressing at this point.


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- glen :D :D

Cheers Glen, I have some ideas for when the weather improves. It's a bit changeable at the moment - I walk out, it's raining so I walk in and walk out another door and the weather is different! I feel like Heinlein's cat.


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Ah, thats right! So, am I crazy (don't answer that! :-X) or is Scarfy actually Tom's double in the Sontaran Experiment? ;)

Hmm - I think I was about 11 when the Sontaran Experiment was made. I've changed dimensionally somewhat since then. :D

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Reply #105 on 3 May, 2007, 1:01pm
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Hi Scarfwearer,

thankwearer youwearer very muchwearer!

That was a lot of fun and the props looked great (with fun 'cardboardy' Dalek controls!)

The DARDIS really looked rounded, it was a surprise to find it was just elliptical top and base and other bits painted flats. The Daleks coming out sequence worked really well. So did the slant-up door.

I had to laugh at the prolonged corridor-walking sequences, very fine.

Your demat circuit is ACE! And the knife switch I hadn't realised was all made up, it looked the biz.

Nice to know how it was done and that it can be done simply and cheaply yet look so good. Generous of you to share the details.

Cheers!

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Reply #106 on 3 May, 2007, 10:09pm
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Well, I'm glad you enjoyed it!
The DARDIS exterior pretty much followed the design of the original from "The Chase", and I dare say it was made much the same way.
As the weather's much better I'm mulling over another movie, but as always there's very little time in between other bits of life...

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Reply #107 on 18 Aug, 2007, 9:16pm
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Hiya Crispin,
The wife's watching bloody X Factor again, so i have just watched your Videos. Absolute Class Crispin, absolute Class.
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Cheers!
I'd just begun filming a new movie when our new video camera arrived recently. Previously I've been filming with an old digital still camera that also happens to just about manage 10-30 second video snippets which I then stitch together...
I suppose I'll have to re-film the new movie now. :o
But that will have to wait for some more sunshine...

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Good luck with your new camera. Hope u find it helps your movie. Sunshine, in summer u must be joking. It seems like autumn already. LOL ;D
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man i'm in the dark, my quick time player doesn't reconize the format????? i'd really like to check out your movies maybe the other computer will work
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man i'm in the dark, my quick time player doesn't reconize the format????? i'd really like to check out your movies maybe the other computer will work

Alas I'm a Windows kind of guy.The movies all have MPG versions on the website though, but the first one you see may be a Windows Media version. Look for the here words in the description which point at an MPG version you can download. If you really can't do MPG I might be able to convert them to Quicktime.
I suppose I ought to use the platform neutral player on my website, but it behaves oddly in some browsers.

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Just a progress update: I have about 90% of the footage I need for the new movie, edited into a rough first cut. There's lots of effects work and sound to be done, and I find I have to keep going back for those link shots which makes it flow reasonably well.
I'm shooting it in 16:9 format, but the old video tools I have are not coping with that very well. I'm also having a bit of trouble with combing, which I think is due to interlace fields.
I'm not going to say anything much about the content, as I've always thought that teasers and spoilers only detract from the experience of a first showing (and my movies need all the help they can get :)). I also change my mind about the content sometimes.
I'm presently hoping to get it out by Christmas, depending on other commitments.

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Well here it is! It turned out not to be as straightforward as I hoped, but here's my first effort in 16:9 format... Getting all modern now. :D

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Brilliant, Crispin absolutely brilliant, I think that is my favorite one so far. I loved the special effects. What program did you use? Wow. I think i'll give you a Karma point I liked it so much. That was a lot of fun, great cutting with pyramids of mars.

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Looks like you had a lovely summer over there in Jolly Olde...

Aside from the monsters of course! :o

Can't wait to see the new & improved console room in action!

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Haha, I loved that :)

Coffee from the forcefield generators... Genius :) Also I really liked the "invisibility" effects and the chamelion circuit changes :) Reminded me of the Polymorph in S3 of Red Dwarf :)

And Ani did a great job of walking into the fence! :D

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Absolutely wonderful!!!!!! :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

A real treat to watch, great picture quality and I like the widescreen format, gives it a more cinematic feel

(and I find I always need a nap after a bike ride too)

Brilliant stuff!

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I'm glad you enjoyed it :)
It took a while because I spent a lot of time waiting for occasional breaks in the cloud cover! Filming in autumn you only get a few hours when the sun's high enough.
Hopefully the next one will be mostly in the console room...

We had about 5-6 takes of Ani, because she kept missing the fence(!) and yes, the poor bike got some terrible abuse.

I'm still using Cyberlink PowerDirector 4 for the basic editing. They're now at version 6(!) so it's probably time to upgrade. There are several other editing suites in this category, all fairly similar. I also used Windows Movie Maker for the web format conversion.

Normally that's been sufficient, but this time I also found a really tekkie thing called VirtualDub supported by AviSynth, which I used for some of the special effects, video massaging and 16:9 conversion. AviSynth actually involves scripting, so it's only for the terminally geeky. It does do better special effects though.

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