iSundae II – Part 10 of 10

Yes, it’s finally here! The 10th and final part of iSundae II! Again, if you haven’t watched the first nine parts, see those first. By the way, I suggest that you stay for the credits. We put a lot of silly stuff in there. 🙂

iSundae II: Attack of the Cones – Part 10 of 10 from Phantom Moose Films on Vimeo.

You can also watch the video on YouTube.

Stay tuned! We’ll have outtakes for you later on, and I’m planning on a behind the scenes video on the tower top scene.

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5 comments on “iSundae II – Part 10 of 10

  1. Wow. Congratulations. Finishing any film this large is certainly an accomplishment, and I look forward to watching the whole thing in one sitting. In the meantime, here are some of my favorite things from this episode:

    1) Pupets. The lightsaber sword fight was fantastic.
    2) Bob is back again! Woohoo!
    3) Credits music. Very nice. My favorite part is about 5:44.

    “No Windows software or hardware was even touched with a ten foot pole.”

    I work on a PC, but I understand why you would want to work on a Mac. They definitely have advantages.

    – Jordan, who wishes he owned a Mac.

  2. Finishing a film this large can be a huge nightmare… And I’ll leave it at that.

    Oh my, I’m going to have to ask Rebekah to do an article on the Kitty Cone puppet. He took some planning, let me tell you!

    Thanks for the encouraging comments. We certainly need them while wrangling our latest script into shape… More on that later! 😉

  3. Yes – I’d love to see some behind-the-scenes stuff about how you did the Kitty Cone puppet. It was a blast just to watch whenever he came on screen. That’s the beauty of both on-set and digital effects and animation. They can add so much to a film.

    – Jordan

  4. “It was cool” — eleven year old girl.
    “Interesting Fantasticating” — 9 year old girl.
    7 year old boy declines to comment, but laughed and did dishes without complaining to watch it. He now wants to make our own family movies.
    Thank you very much for sharing this.

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