Reverend Scapegoat said:Now I'm REALLY looking forward to seeing this fan-film.
It's going to be really groundbreaking, and will hopefully win you many awards, if you plan to include shots so close-up and detailed that you can visually distinguish between the amounts of pressure needed to pull a hair-trigger and one with a rougher pull.
If your friend the sniper is playing Fett, then you might even be able to save some money by having him simply act like the trigger is pulling more roughly than it really is.
Or if not, you could bring him onboard as a creative consultant and have him coach the actors in how to fake different levels of twitch.
( OBviously, if you opt for the latter scenario, you would have to credit him as such - So make sure that whoever's in charge of your on-screen text is aware of the possible changes to your crew roster! )
BobaN00b said:Hmmmm .... wonder if in ANY of the SW trilogy they ever show a closeup of Fett firing his rifle, squeezing the trigger, etc. I dont think so, but I could be wrong. You know, maybe Lucas will re-edit it to get the continuity of trigger pressure down, so this question will finally be answered.
askywalker98 said:I would say that no one will notice the difference in the trigger pull in that this is going to be a 1 second shot at longest. Just make it look cool. I'm sure no one will complaine/notice the difference in the trigger's pull anyways. I don't think anyone knows the trigger pull unless you wanted ot use the one for the webley gun. That would be your best bet I suppose. Goodluck with this FanFilm! FanFilms take a LOAD of work, and I hope you know what your getting into.
..............for your attention................obi sean kenobi said:Alright that is it.
Knock it off fellas.
Phat-Fetts, please refrain from baiting and trolling. I have been giving you the benefit of the doubt all day. You have been warned.
RS and everybody else, if you feel as if youre being baited - please ignore the behavior and bring it to our attention.