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Using Toys In Your LomoKino Movie

Do you have a vast collection of odd toys and trinkets lying around the house? Take a cue from Jimmyhido and use them in your next LomoKino movie! (Note: The alien's played by a real person though!)

Crash by jimmyhido

What was your main inspiration for your creating Crash?
I want to see an alien. So I hope it would fall in front of my face, because the fly machine would be broken!

How did you and your actor/s prepare for this movie? What effects did you use? Looks like you had a lot of fun with this movie!
My friend designed the clothes. Then we brought the clothes to find a cultivator. When the actor wore the alien clothes and went into the fly machine, I started filming. The actor played the role of the alien, who can’t control the fly machine.

We put some little people on the ground and made a model of the fly machine. We took the model of the fly machine on the air by steel wire and shot it around the little people.

Can you share some tips for Lomographers who wish to add effects to their LomoKino movies?
Use your imaginative power. Let toys become actors!

Any interesting or funny random moments that occurred while shooting?
If you want to catch the attention, wearing tight clothes outdoor is the best choice.

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written by shhquiet

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