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Say Cheese by BcuzimmaOC Say Cheese by BcuzimmaOC
Why cheese? Why not please or sneeze or fleas or tease? Seriously, why cheese?
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timbox129 Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2011  Student Filmographer
Well BcuzimmaOC,

Guess what? I like Dee Dee's friends Lee Lee and Mee Mee, and espeically this show, Dexter's Laboratory, but out of Dee Dee, Lee Lee and Mee Mee, I like Dee Dee's Asian Friend Lee Lee most, for I like her besides Sam Worthington's 10 foot tall blue alien/human hybrid hero of James Cameron's AVATAR fame, Jake Sully.

Anyway, BcuzimmaOC, I have a dream project, and that project of mine, BcuzimmaOC, is a massive, elaborate, multi-part theatrical big screen live action and/or animated cartoon hybrid Dexter's Laboratory and the Powerpuff Girls crossover and/or Dexter's Lab/The Powerpuff Girls-inspired fantasy epic tale of mythic and legendary proportions.

For that, to bring the Dexter's Laboratory and Powerpuff Girls cartoon characters (or, ‘toona’kâiya’, as the production should refer to them) to life on the big screen, even though it's a live action/animation hybrid epic, I'd rather stick to the technique that works best for these characters: 2D traditional hand drawn cel cartoon character animation, and in a character design and animation art style that should hark back to both Cartoon Network shows' earlier Genndy Tartakovsky-involved character design and animation art roots.

I also intend to photograph all the live action elements using real 35mm anamorphic and real 15/70mm IMAX motion picture film cameras, making it one of, if not the last movie production ever to be photographed on real celluloid motion picture film as we know it, especially of the anamorphic 35mm and/or 70mm IMAX variety. (The regular non-IMAX portions/scenes will be in a 2.35:1 ratio)

As for the music score for it, it should be an epic cinematic music score that should incorporate unusual and exotic, ethnic instrumental (i.e. ethnic woodwinds and ethnic percussion) and vocal musical sounds from around the world, as well as some electronic synthesizers and computers, into a full traditional orchestral score.

As for the sound work, I think Skywalker Sound or the like should handle such and even a theatrical 7.1 channel audio mix.

As for a production company that should handle releasing and distribution duties for it, I would root for Cartoon Network, Warner Bros. Pictures, 20th Century Fox, or maybe all three studios plus Legendary Pictures or New Regency or so.

And of course, I think the main central lead character in it that audiences are to identify with, besides Dexter and/or Dee Dee, shall be Lee Lee, the Asian friend of Dee Dee.

That project, guys, should be called "Dexter's Odyssey".

Dexter's Odyssey should be set in a world beyond our imagination, where dinosaurs still roamed, where dragons rule the skies, where mystical god-like spirit beings known as 'avatars' (actually derived from an actual Hindu word from Ancient India meaning the manifestation of a deity in human or animal form or a variant phase or version of a continuing entity) kept balance between the realms of flesh, spirit, and even nature, for good or ill, and where four unlikely young heroes (Dexter, his sister Dee Dee, and her Asian and Black friends Lee Lee and Mee Mee) embarks on an epic journey of even redemption and discovery, as the brave young quartet leads a heroic battle/war to save their world, and civilization as they know it, from the forces of the evil malevolent avatar, the Dark Lord Mandark (who, according to an ancient prophecy, one of Dee Dee's friends, Lee Lee, as a benevolent avatar, is to destroy).

And here's what the logo and the poster design for Dexter's Odyssey may look like:

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A thousand apologies for typing such a long comment, but Dexter's Odyssey is gonna be cool and awesome and great and epic! Or would it?

And based on the logo, BcuzimmaOC, what did it look like to you especially in terms of lettering, style, look, and appearance and what did it remind you of? Did it look ancient or exotic or what?

Yours Truly,
Tim
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BcuzimmaOC Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
READING!!!!
I like it, I really do. It's a broad idea with lots of room for detail and the logo looks very cool.
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