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Grey Havens

Feb 28 2007, 3:01am

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Excellent! [In reply to] Can't Post

Very well done!

I see that others have suggested turning more when alternating between Gollum and Smeagol. However, the audience still needs to see your face. In a live setting, you probably could make more of a change in position and still end up with your face clearly visible. But what would be really cool for the video version would be to record from two different points of view and intercut.

Subject User Time
Gollum Impersonation -- Looking for feedback Fazumar Send a private message to Fazumar Feb 27 2007, 12:55am
    Welcome to TORn, Fazumar! Altaira Send a private message to Altaira Feb 27 2007, 1:14am
    That's "precious"! dernwyn Send a private message to dernwyn Feb 27 2007, 3:07am
    Very well done PipeSmoke Send a private message to PipeSmoke Feb 27 2007, 4:02am
    Well, I'm impressed. Lossefalme Send a private message to Lossefalme Feb 27 2007, 5:12am
    *still smiling* That was fun! grammaboodawg Send a private message to grammaboodawg Feb 27 2007, 3:30pm
    Excellent! Aerin Send a private message to Aerin Feb 28 2007, 3:01am


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