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:iconmarcgosselin:
marcgosselin Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
I Guess.
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gromyko Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
@04:17thank you bernard for sharing this with all of us, someday we should all do a real movie, all our members in the club...i'll list that as a project as i have :iconelyphas: to support us, he has contacts in the film and music industry
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Bernardumaine Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
@03:07It's not...I still got blanks on the soundtrack though...
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Bernardumaine Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
@02:24haha, it should :-)
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An Exquisite Corpse video by Bernard Dumaine and Steve Smith. Video clips and soundtracks by B. Dumaine and S. Smith :icontheoneiricrealist:
Finished date january 2nd 2009
A creation from the members of the Facebook "Exquisite Corpse and Surreal collaborative films Group"

The Exquisite Corpse process is as follows: Two or more artists collaborate to create a film. A section of film is created using animations,stills and live video footage. The artist then creates a short clip created from the last seconds of their section to be sent to the next artist taking part in the exquisite corpse, from the short clip the next artist begins their section of film. This process is continued until the film is completed and then assembled.
It is important that the artist receiving the short clip have no knowledge of the elements within the full section of film the short clip was cut from.

Artists working on these videos can use a file hosting site such as Mediafire to pass large files back and forth.
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:iconmarcgosselin:
marcgosselin Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
@04:20Love the animation.
How do I add you to my deviantwatch?
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:iconbernardumaine:
Bernardumaine Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
@04:20Glad you like it...Just click on +watch on the upper menu of your page in order to add me ;
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:iconmarcgosselin:
marcgosselin Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
@04:20All I have at the top of my page is "friends" and "favorites"
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:iconbernardumaine:
Bernardumaine Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
On the top right, you have " watch", "send a note" and "give" located just under "friends" and "favourites" :-)
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:iconmarcgosselin:
marcgosselin Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
I understand where it should be located, but all I have below friends and favorites is "edit page".
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:iconbernardumaine:
Bernardumaine Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Deviantart is quite weird on the first steps, lots of things to discover ; you'll get this later...
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:iconmarcgosselin:
marcgosselin Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
I Guess.
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SavagelyAssyla Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2009   Filmographer
@04:20This was unlike anything I've ever seen, that is for sure.
And that's what is so great about it.
I sat through the entire piece, dumbstruck, with my mouth gaping.
And when that chicken walked across the screen in the suit I couldn't help but smile.
I think that was the highlight of my evening.
So I thank you for that.
:]
Truly wonderful work, the two of you.
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:iconbernardumaine:
Bernardumaine Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
@04:20Thank a lot for this nice comment :-)
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gromyko Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
@04:17Genius, the best since L'AGE d'oR
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