Probably too expensive to pay animators to handle that stuff. Which is a shame, as it was amusing.
Oh? I've fallen far behind on that, I think... either that, or it has been forever since they did another season.
Especially if they parodied the Survivor
Has anyone seen an episode of The Green Screen?
No but I did paint my garage door chroma key blue so I can use it as a backgroUnd for shows like that...
of the door would cause keying problems. (lighting shadows etc)
I've done chroma key indoors with a blue bedsheet on the wall, and another draped over myself, so I get completely keyed out while holding a puppet in my hand, and the puppet is the only thing that appears on the screen. (Check out the beginning of the video here: http://www.bigbuttbear.com/?p=54 )
With sufficient light you can widen the tolerance enough to make the shadows not matter.
I'd love to play with a green-screen sometime.
It seems like it might be a lot of fun to film yourself inside some ludicrous location, commenting on this, that, or the other. Or maybe just put yourself inside a mandelbrot animation.
The real ludicrous comedy requires a live chroma key, but you can still have some fun.
"I am standing here, inside Tommy's body... Ooo! Is that his spleen!? <poke>"
I'm particulary interested in finding a good looking set for a newscast type of show. (Oh, the things Big Butt Bear will attempt once he's got his own news desk...)
Subject: Breaking Bad
Breaking Bad season 5 started last night. I started watching it after season 3 started but got all caught up. I had to watch season 4 one episode at a time as they came out. This is my favorite TV show... or at least it really keeps my interest. Anyone else around here watching it? It definitely is not for children.
Scott Dowdle - Belgrade, Montana
I just watched all 5 seasons of the Big Bang Theory.
I still don't remember the rules of Rock-paper-scissors-lizard-spock.
Rock, paper, scissors, spock, lizard ... multimegaton thermonuclear weapon. I win.