Schatar’s Production Tips Special Series – #10 of 10 – Legacy Of Eazy E: An Interview With Tomica Wright
Today, I am posting about our producing our music documentary “The Legacy Of Eazy-E”. https://sellfy.com/p/0Omb/ It was important to share this story with dignity and an updated artistic sensibility. This content began with an interview with Tomica Wright, Ruthless Records CEO, and Eazy E-’s widow conducted by Maxie Collier during principle photography for the movie Paper Chasers. Here are production notes for this video:
1. Original art and graphics can add distinct elements to your videos that can give them a unique look found in your work. The line art images of Eazy-E and with his wife Tomica were hand drawn by Nic “The Artist” Quinn specifically for this production.
2. To achieve the animated effect of the hand drawing in the graphic elements, we incorporated an app by Andrew Darius. With this new technological tool, we created the look of the images, photos, and videos being drawn in and out of the content as if they were being hand drawn directly into the video by the artist himself. To get this software, visit http://paperchasers.tv/explaindio
3. Videos, especially ones that are about music professionals or people in the music industry, benefit from having a soundtrack that fits the genre. The music you choose helps to establish the style and tone for the video you are about to present. For this documentary video series, we opened each segment with music that suited both the overall theme of the video as well as each individual segment or topic. For example, for the chapter titles “Tomica Wright On Overcoming Dark Times”, we selected a piece of music that is suspenseful. For the chapter titled “Eazy-E’s Role In Hip Hop”, we selected a piece with iconic percussion and bass lines, appropriate for his role and iconic place in music history as described candidly by his wife in this documentary.
View the full doc here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cp8HLwoZqr4&index=1&list=PL23HMWrB5ZRuaXVu4vD94ieid47RJbuOy
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