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    I mentioned something similar to this in the fright forum a while back but was wondering if anyone had any ideas for a transformation scene? Wanted to use CGI with a big screen in one room but the manufacturers versions are too expensive, so that's out. We will use an actor instead.

    We have two rooms side by side that we can use to try and pull this off. The first room will be the actor and the second room will be the animated werewolf that we purchased from Unit 70. My question is should we use a mirror effect for the actor to show a transformation or just have the actor in a fit of rage and disappear with some sort of lighting? Just looking for ANY input!!??

    Here is a rough diagram of what Im talking about......

     

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    I feel the transforming of small "Stick-Man" into larger "Stick-Man"would be much less anticipated than an old werewolfer, leave it to Viagra!
     

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    The tranforming of man to werewolf would make a great viagra commercial. Viva Viagra!!!!! Lol
     

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    No joke. Viagra has caused alot of problems among the elderly.
    Just last night we saw an 80 year-old couple parked out in a car.
    (They probably were not married to each other from what they apeared to be doing !)
    We kept on driving. I don't know which would be worse seeing a nasty car wreck or catching two 80 year olds in compromising positions in a car along a quiet piece of road? (The result of either one could be the same, somebody gets badly injured and I get a month's worth of bad dreams--spread out over the next 15 years!)
     

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