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Postby Garrett Gilchrist » Mon Jun 25, 2018 3:20 am

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Postby Garrett Gilchrist » Wed Jun 27, 2018 5:44 pm

We've just passed 10 thousand subscribers on the Orangecow.org Youtube page! That's 11.3 million views for Shamelessly She-Hulk, Whosprites Doctor Who animations, and our other films!
Thanks everyone! Who wants to be the next subscriber?
http://youtube.com/ocpmovie
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Postby Garrett Gilchrist » Thu Jun 28, 2018 5:52 pm

From my restored MST3K scrapbook, a couple years back.

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Postby Garrett Gilchrist » Fri Aug 17, 2018 10:36 pm

Brian C Baer reviews Shamelessly She-Hulk.

https://comicbookmedia.com/2018/08/17/s ... -she-hulk/
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Postby SirQuacky » Sun Aug 19, 2018 2:47 pm

Just saw the 2018 cut of Shamelessly She-Hulk, so nice to see it all in order!
I love how the chemistry between characters was still maintained despite all the chroma key, these were definitely the right actors to cast.
The pacing was surprisingly consistent for all the scenes that were completely shot, watching separate scenes on YouTube years ago didn't really give me the impression of the flow seeing all together has, I wish I had better words to describe what I mean, but I'll leave it at that.
The comic bits were funny and snappy, the dramatic portions drew me in for the most part, a good script from you as usual.

It's a shame none of us on the forum have the kind of income to be able to devote the time needed to projects like this, film or otherwise, I'm still on-and-off on my own stuff, though I swear if I miraculously make some kind of leap financially, you're at the top of my list of people I want to help out, that's a promise.
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Re: Orangecow.org in the News

Postby Garrett Gilchrist » Mon Aug 20, 2018 5:37 am

Thank you, I really appreciate that. Being under financial strain means that it's hard to give my projects the time they deserve, and I'm not too surprised that Shamelessly She-Hulk didn't make as much sense as Youtube clips (although I did present them in order as a playlist). Even the April 2018 remaster is missing about a third of what we shot. There's so much wonderful stuff nobody has seen, and I think the project was underrated and misunderstood to an extent because of it.

I devote as much time to this stuff as I can, but generally speaking with any of my projects people are just seeing the tip of the iceberg publicly (or seeing nothing publicly!), and if my projects were more appreciated, and money was coming in via Patreon or from other sources you'd really see them at their best. A lot of my work is secret, and often has only really been seen and understood in full by me. A strange situation to be in for sure.
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Re: Orangecow.org in the News

Postby Garrett Gilchrist » Tue Sep 11, 2018 3:29 pm

Funny to see something online that you worked on and haven't thought about in ten years. I'm credited as an "Assistant Editor" on this but my recollection is that I edited the short. I couldn't tell you now if this edit differs from mine, though they've added titles, music and sound effects (a record scratch??). The director is credited as editor.

Intended as a sitcom pilot, the footage didn't really feel like one. In 2008 I was doing a little editing work for James, who was the AD on this, and he asked me if I could make the jokes make sense. Working at his house, I did my best with it.

Looking at bits of it now, I definitely did the cuts in a "comedy rhythm" when there was footage to do so, making the cut the joke, to emphasize a character's reaction which was otherwise subtle. (Like the sequence around 6:30.) You can also tell when there was no coverage (Like around 9:00).

https://www.facebook.com/TicketstoHeave ... 262129396/
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Re: Orangecow.org in the News

Postby Garrett Gilchrist » Wed Oct 03, 2018 3:03 am

A reference to Disney copying The Thief and the Cobbler for Aladdin in this Lindsay Ellis video, complete with my cover artwork from the Thief and the Cobbler: Recobbled Cut Mk3.
https://youtu.be/KznZcK7ksf4?t=80
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Re: Orangecow.org in the News

Postby Garrett Gilchrist » Wed Oct 24, 2018 2:15 pm

http://voyagela.com/interview/meet-garr ... -usc-area/

Garrett Gilchrist interview with VoyageLA.

Discusses my time at USC film school, becoming a filmmaker, being a struggling artist, and projects like Star Wars: Deleted Magic, Shamelessly She-Hulk, The Thief and the Cobbler: Recobbled Cut, The Chosen Ones comic, Jim Henson Rarities, the Doctor Who Whosprites animations, and more.

This got a bit personal, although the first version I wrote was maybe three times as long and even more personal.
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