The Fabled The Black Hole Video

Excellent animation that catches the sprite of the scene where both space craft meet each other at the edge of “The Black Hole” it’s also great to see both my model the USS Palomino and Sean Kennedy’s USS Cygnus featured in another fan’s creative homage to a classic film, for all the original films faults, it remains a beautify filmed work and the Cygnus surely is the highlight of the film

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http://0x0y0z.wordpress.com/2014/07/02/the-fabled-the-black-hole-video/#comments

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I made the video around 2011. I added the title cards and original John Barry score the I the day. I’ve had trouble with codecs and uploading it.

The video is the opening space shots of Walt Disney’s the black Hole redone by me in CG.

I give special thanks to Sean Kennedy and Gerard Duffy. Great models thanks for making them available.

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6 thoughts on “The Fabled The Black Hole Video

  1. Thank you gregcharest. I’m surprised it hasn’t been flagged yet by vimeo. And actually I got the music from YouTube.

    If I get supercrazy with the new version I might redo the music on my synthesizer, but one step st a time.

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  2. Vimeo tends to be less of copyright Nazis than YouTube. I think they realize what does and doesn’t fall under the terms of Fair Use. Plus, Vimeo gets less traffic than YouTube and the copyright holders may not have seen it there.

    Roland Baron did an awesome recreation of the Enterprise leaving the dock from TMP a few years ago and the morons at Paramount thought it was theirs, so they had YouTube remove it. However, it was fine on Vimeo.

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