The Puffy Show
on Mar 27, 2015
Thanks for the feedback. Audio has been an issue for me, trying to do everything by myself. I'm looking into Protools, but really the biggest issue is rushing something out and not making it the best it could be.
As for Puffy, well, I was pretty comfortable running around in the costume, being amped to 12, but I understand where you're coming from. From what I've been told, Puffy is very discomforting, which sure, is the point, but it doesn't seem to work where I can make people feel uncomfortable, and then have them wanting more.
The next show is based off RoboCop, and from what I've seen from this website, RoboCop might be the epitome of Channel 101.
Apr 06, 2015 at 8:33pm
Hey dude. I was on the panel where we watched this. The audio is kind of all over the place so it's pretty hard to follow the story, and it's really hard to connect with the main character because he's such a big wacky character - which I guess sometimes works for a cartoon. For a live action it's hard to watch. I found myself distracted, my mind wandering thinking about how the actor is pushing way out of their comfort zone and trying too hard to be wacky.
I'd suggest trying to make a show in which you emulate the style and tone of something else that is on the air... still tell the story in a tight 5-minute package, but try to match the tone of something else, something that isn't absurdist like Tim & Eric... and just skew it a little bit. That's a fun experiment.
Apr 06, 2015 at 10:49am
Love me some feedback! Tanks
Mar 28, 2015 at 2:54pm
An idea from college I reimagined that helped me escape the dregs of finals and explode psychosis and humor on screen.
Mar 27, 2015 at 9:28am
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