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It was mentioned in the discord that there were people who worked in both animation or CGI. I am working on a large musical project, as part of my master's thesis in composition. I wrote this piece in sync with a speed run, using more of a soundtrack mentality. A thing that a few people involved with the project have expressed concern about is copyright - using game footage of a first party nintendo title is not a good way to prevent issues down the line. Somebody asked me "What if it were like Fantasia?" The Disney movie from the 1940s that created animations to sync to recordings of classical music. The main issue is expense. I have found 3 animation studios and 2 independent artists to scope out costs for traditional animation. The budget requirements have varied from 24-60k for the whole project. I was expecting around 30-50, so it is within my expectation range, but that is not possible. I don't know anything about CGI. I don't even know where to start with that. What kind of project would this be? Basically creating a new video in sync with the audio, somewhat in the same genre as Zelda, but using none of that IP. I have some preliminary ideas for a script, but if it turns out that this production is possible I will get on writing that. I am open to ideas and suggestions. What are your thoughts?
The show about a... ah forget it. I realized that there's no thread about this show on ocremix, and it's a crime for me to not serve as a living advertisement and babble about this to every potential StarFox fan I meet. Look at how expressive their faces are! To quote avclub.com, A Fox in Space is "an irreverent Star Fox animated series with ’70s style." Basically the sort of thing I always wished Nintendo would do with this franchise - actually build a story around it's characters that doesn't end in a reboot. Even better - a serious space drama juxtaposed against animal characters, which is the impression I got playing the original game. (And would prefer over the Saturday morning cartoon camp of later games.) Anyways, it was the personal project of Matthew Gafford, (Fredryk Phox - anyone remember him?) for several years, getting a name change along the way due to a Nintendo DMCA. Episode 2 is in the works, with more animators to help this time.