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Name:
Shelton L. Jacobs
 
Date Joined:
September 23, 2006
 
Last Login:
June 10, 2014
 
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About Me:
check out my site at http://www.jacobsfilm.com
 
Location:
Dirtay South
 
Name:
United States
 
Sex:
Male
 
School:
University of Arkansas
 
Occupation:
Television Commercial Producer
 
Favorite Sci-Fi Movie:
Star Wars
 
Favorite Horror Movie:
Evil Dead
 
Favorite Genre TV Show:
Stargate (either series)
 
Favorite Anime:
Vampire Hunter D
 
Favorite Comic Book:
Superman
 
Favorite Manga, Book, or Graphic Novel:
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
 
Favorite Video Game:
Super Smash Bros. Melee!
 
Must Have DVD:
Multiple Editions of all 3 Evil Dead Films
 


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StarlightGuard 7/10/2009 5:32:29 AM

hey redhairs, thanks for the friend request....APPROVED!

Pendragon0 7/16/2009 2:30:04 PM

Regarding your response to my post on the Merlin show...I must have misunderstood what you meant earlier and I couldn't agree more!

Muenster 3/24/2010 12:19:25 PM

Through the use Xerography. In, other words redundant photocopying of various backgrounds and still figures and only drawing the changes. Not trying to sound mean, but given you occupation you should have already known this.

Yes, people really used analog technology at one time.

Muenster 3/25/2010 6:33:23 PM

The first Disney movie to use Computer Generated Animation was actually The Black Hole (check out the cheesy intro sequence to the movie). The first Disney movie to use Computer Generated Imagery was The Black Cauldron and even moreso later with extensive use of CAD and other CGI (imagery) techniques in the Great Mouse Detective.
 

Just the other day I took a walk through our our warehouse of obsolete A/V presentation and production equipment. I remember only a few years ago when most of it was new. We can't even pay people to take it away. It's too bad HD was not adopted 20 years ago. The technology was there and it was analog too.

Muenster 3/26/2010 9:06:05 PM

What... You did not like (and or see) Ralph Bakshi's version? It was an animated Tour-de-force of rotoscoped goodness from the 1970's? It came out in the theaters. Come on man, you're making me look like a film historian here.

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