Diving Over a Table Goes Wrong!Feb 27, 2020
As you get older, your mind says, "Oh, I can totally do that" and your body says, "Nope..." "No, you can't do that" Don't jump on the
tableWhy? Don't skip it. I'm pretty sure I can do this. I did it. I did it in 2013. Actually, no, I'm 100% sure that I can do this. Ha ha! Holy shit! Argh... I think I broke my shoulder You hit the barrel of the gun Oh... My God! dude Oh dude... Ah.. that's not good dude Here, let's see if there's like a cut or bruise No. No, it's like above Dude... Oh no!
That's because you like it, pancakes on the floor! Dude, I heard a crack. Was that your...? Was that the floor? That's my clavicle. Dude, oh my! Well that's what happens when you try to go 100% Argh... I saw what you did, you hit the ground like it was a trampoline in a gym. First of all. Respect Second. Did you break your clavicle? Yeah, I think I broke my clavicle. Press here. It's crunchy. Press here. I can't move it. No no. Do not touch it. Can I take off your shirt? Wait. I am very disappointed in myself. I used to be able to do that like, without breaking a sweat.
As you get older, your mind
goes, "Oh, I can totally do that." Your body says, "Nope..." "Nope, you can't do that." Dude, this was the-- Oh my gosh, I'm so mad at myself. I'm going to the ER because I can't move my arm. I felt the crack when I landed. his bike The same way you fell on the
tableYeah, now that the adrenaline is wearing off I can feel the pain coming in. And I know I broke something because I can't move my right hand This is how you make a sling Take a big piece of cloth Hold it like this Then you go like this and tie this together This is the best I could do Dude something impromptu though it's cooler that way And you can wear like that How did you break your shoulder?
Oh I just jumped on a table full of guns Oh that's going to make a good video at least Subscribe Yes Hey Adrian broke his clavicle Don't ask how Oh it hurts. I'm just pretending It's at 7.5 It hurt Actually look look at this This is as far as my hand could go Look at that I used to be able to touch this and do this. Look- Great, great, great No, this sounds amazing! Dude, I mean the smoke simulator in me loves the specifics like the actual tendrils and wisps of smoke you see. One of the ways I like to think about when I'm framing a shot is to add layers and make a The shot looks like it's jumping out at you And there's depth like depth is a very important thing A technique we use quite literally, adding mist throughout from our scene It just gives us a little bit more atmosphere and helps bring the light and just makes things look a lot more cinematic you can see how they have a more cinematic feel to them and I feel like the fog is what really helps sell that : beautiful rays of light and all that.
There was uh... we did a video from a couple of years ago... "Mean Police" We flooded the whole studio with fog, specifically so we could have some laser pointers and actually have some lines to draw across the screen. fog Anytime you have a laser pointer you have to have fog Like, you can't just use a laser pointer without fog Let's try to replicate what we captured when we were shooting Tactical Reloads Solo instead of using a RED camera we are using a ... 80D The cameras are obviously different, but can we match the lighting? We're going to try to replicate two takes.
One shot is if our actress Jemma and the other shot is of Freddie. And today we're using two aperture lights. We're using the 120 D which is a single light source and we're using the Light Storms The first shot we're going to take is from Freddie This is when Freddie was interacting with Niko and he was doing a…I think he knocked over his gun We've got an edge light kicking in the back of her hair that's going to give us a nice background parting and then we're going to have our fill, which is a CTO that's coming in from the right side.
Then we have this, which will generally only increase our exposure. towards the ceiling, but it's mimicking what these fluorescents do, just to give us a little bit more lift and exposure throughout this room. Fog Fog helps a lot. If you look at the shots we're using right now, you can see certain areas flourish in a way. In a very beautiful and soft way. To get that look, use mist and that's something I feel a lot of people, especially students when they're just starting out, neglect or forget to use. You should definitely give it a try. The second take we're doing, is we're going to replicate the look of our female lead Wren. , you were going to play the female lead Thank you So the floor plan is very simple All we wanted to do was create a nice cast of lights behind her Give her a nice halo around her head The mist definitely helped create that bloom, which was something we talked about before.
We have a 120D going through the roof, giving us a bit more exposure gain. And then our camera, it's positioned right here. and... The 120 D is right behind her. Just bouncing off the back of her head, creating beautiful hair, sort of like a backlight. Then we have a little bit of fill coming through our door, which is a natural light and you can see it in her eyes. This is what you would call a "catch light". identical, almost That's very similar Using a combination of a single source and our talent, I think it's safe to say that you can create a very film-like image, sort of like what we used with the helium camera.
Let's do the sequel. Frame by frame What's up, Adrian? Hey buddy, what's up? No well, I mean, if it wasn't for these painkillers... Which I'm not advocating drug use, but... Man... They're helping me right now (singing) I broke my clavicle! Dude, yes. Look at this. It's like Oh dude... Oh, it's... Yeah, it's pure yellow. It used to be black and blue but now it's turned yellow Okay so I don't know if I have to have surgery yet My doctor looked at me and said okay you broke your bone in two places This is one of the hardest areas to...
I wouldn't say a hard area to operate on, but... to have surgery on my clavicle. They're going to wait two weeks and see how I start to heal before coming to that conclusion or decision. So... Fingers crossed I don't have to because I had foot surgery before I got holes in my foot and that was no fun. I was away for about a month. Well, how has this affected my daily life? Well, it's like I just lost my right arm indeed. I can't really do anything with this arm. I can't lift things that are too heavy.
I can still use it. But it shouldn't. It is highly recommended that you do not use this arm. So I've been using my left arm for everything, and I'm right handed. If there's a silver lining to this story, I'll be more adept at using my left hand. I'm learning some tips and tricks right now. Like you're editing and can only use one hand if you want to go around your timeline instead of moving everything to your around, just hold down the left mouse button and just push your thumb back and forth and as you can see, you can... you can rub, I think they said a total of six...
Six weeks Six or seven weeks Before I really like it, move Sam, what are you having for lunch today, man? Copying food recipes from Flexpro Really? No kidding, I have a cigar here. I'm working on graphics today. So you know... Chewing on a cigarette thinking... Having a kid... stress does it Anyway, the point is I'm going to drop a couple of pounds here. I'm going on one of these keto diets and it just so happens that they sent me some ready made keto meals and they were so good I ate them all and now... I went to the grocery store and I'm just replicating the real food Oh really?
Yes. I've been eating that every day for lunch this week. It's called Flexpro meals, they come frozen. They have different types of meals that come and are well balanced. They are healthy and if you use the promo code you get 20% off your first purchase. It's basically ultra ultra low carb. It's called keto K-E-T-O because basically once you'd hit a low carb threshold, your body would go into ketosis, basically, which is actually like some weird biological starvation mode that starts burning fat. That doesn't sound healthy, man. I already lost 5 pounds. I just ate tons. of meat... and it's great, actually.
It's literally the steak and scotch diet. I know it may not sound the best for you, blood pressure and all, so I try to mix it with a little rum. Ivy made this card. -Good health gift because... He really got hurt and if I got hurt, I would want my friends to give me a good health gift, so... Rule of thumb (laughs) Good health card! Hey, listen, I want to see if she can... with her arm in a sling if she can jump that Look at that tag on the side of this building. Alright... It's really going hard.
People tag these buildings every day. See this? So we made a video called "Graffiti Graders" in which we played snobbish art critics. And we scoured and rated the graffiti around Los Angeles because there are so many amazing murals here, like the bombs and tags that a lot of people throw. until apparently there's some skill in it or something based on the comments on that video. They are trash. They look, they are visual garbage. If you're going to put a piece of art out in the public for people to see, make it nice. So, we offended a lot of people and I'm fine with Adrian breaking his clavicle.
He really reminded me how vulnerable our death coils are on this planet. We do a lot of Rambunctious stuff in the studio and, man, it's that easy, just a snap, there
goesyour bone. And I think it's just that you know a good reminder. which, even if it's casual and feels like it's a, you know, a vlog Just done, you know, for fun on a channel You still have to be professional about things If you're going to try to do something dangerous You warm it up. You put down the pads I was thinking about the stunts I've done in some videos like our first Farcry video There's a final scene where Eric Linden dives, hits the post, spins and crashes into a table It's a... it's a big hit .
It's crazy. But they practiced. They put pads on first. They put pads on the post. He was jumping and bouncing on the pads to get a feel for his momentum, can you clear it? Where is it going to land? and then, little by little, they would take things out until he could do the trick. I think Adrian is a little embarrassed about getting hurt like that, which is completely understandable. I think he's in a lot of pain, which is... it sucks too. . So I hope it gets better. I think it was a great lesson for everyone in the office about how far things should go.
All of us at Corridor have a get well soon card for you. Aww, dude. And I know you don't. I don't drink much, but... at least you can entertain your guests and maybe ease your pain. That will definitely be necessary. Thanks guys. Oh my gosh, that's so kind of you, I feel horrible, man. It hurts a lot, but this made him feel a little better. Thanks guys. How does that arm feel? Awful, man. It hurts a lot. But this made him feel a little better. Thanks guys. I call on all filmmakers for Presented by our friends at Aperture.
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