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xvicente May 17 2013 09:04 PM

If I would remaster the sfx in Q who
 
(I belive there was a thread titled "what would you do" but I cant seem to find it)

I would put some cgi crewmen floating away when the borg cut a hole in the Enterprise.

It would be horrible but neat. Trek did that as soon as they sfx could: one ENT episode, JJ 2009.

Lemme show what I mean:

[IMG]http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7325/8...b6583377_b.jpg
qwhoremastered por vicentox1999, no Flickr[/IMG]

(Also, when I saved this picture I noticed "Q Who Remastered" without the spaces can be read as "Q whore mastered". Sorry abt that.)

Start Wreck May 20 2013 02:44 PM

Re: If I would remaster the sfx in Q who
 
Ongoing nitpick: this would be altering or enhancing the VFX, not remastering it.

Dale Sams May 20 2013 03:06 PM

Re: If I would remaster the sfx in Q who
 
Why would their bodies float out of the tractor beam?

BigMovieGeek May 20 2013 05:32 PM

Re: If I would remaster the sfx in Q who
 
Is there a way we can just insert that shot into the Blu-ray? That looks just as good as anything ILM have done on the new movies ;)

xvicente May 27 2013 06:43 PM

Re: If I would remaster the sfx in Q who
 
Quote:

Dale Sams wrote: (Post 8122624)
Why would their bodies float out of the tractor beam?

I dont know much about tractor beams, but same reason the air is forming a cloud?

Come to think of it, maybe tractor beams in general don't pull bodies, otherwise whenever a ship was pulled by a tractor beam everybody would stick to the walls, no?

Which would tractor my picture dangerously close to canon.

StolenThunder May 27 2013 08:34 PM

Re: If I would remaster the sfx in Q who
 
Appears to have only a 25% red shirt ratio there. I know it's TNG but those guys are still first to go! ;)


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