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This Spells Disaster

This video contains a straight-up transformation with a magical spell element.  The source is an Italian movie, so be prepared for more of my subtitled dialogue.

I even added in my own special effect to it.  I realize myself that it's a bit cheesy though, so please be kind in your comments.  :)

This Spells Disaster (click for video)
**CAUTION: Contains adult material**

Truly,
Wren

LilacWren

TG enthusiast; Video revisionist; TG fantasy writer.

5 comments:

  1. thanks for your efforts

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  2. This Spells Disaster - Part 1 : seems to be non downloadable on my 3 different PC's using either chrome, IE, or Firefox. Each reports that the page its on : http://199.91.153.148/1bt79biv7tgg/uwn4vva1jhh0d9v/ThisSpellsDisaster.part1.rar is a viral page. On one PC TREND MICRO kept closing the page as viral. On the second using Firefox the page kept bringing up a AT&T phishing page off this link. The 3rd using IE closed page with no excuse given for why simply saying browser reset all 3 times i tried it. So how the heck does one download the file. -Monica

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    1. I'm not sure what happened to these links on MediaFire's end since they had been working before. But they aren't working properly for me either. I've re-compressed and re-posted the files and updated the links above. You should have better luck with these ones. Sorry for the inconvenience.

      Truly,
      Wren

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  3. Wren -

    Thank you for the prompt work to repair this issue. :) I have since downloaded the files. You do some really great work on the rework to the movies plots.

    What is still of concern is the fact that the site you are using to house the files seems to attempt load of secondary pages that are viral and trigger my Trend Micro AV to block the content of the secondary pages. As such I wondered if you had considered any other sites out there to house your files. I would hate to consider the fact that some of the folks who come to your page to see the beautiful work that you have done on your files .. might actually not have a good AV program on their PC and get an infection from the hosting site you have the files stored on.

    I also wondered if you ever considered adding an email to your page for any whom might ever wish to communicate to you other than in a public mode. You could create a secondary email assigned only to your page. In that way you would not be sharing your primary email.

    -Monica

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    1. I think what you're getting must be false positives from your AV program. MediaFire is one of the largest, most-reliable online storage services around. It also automatically scans uploaded files using BitDefender, so the files and the site itself are very safe. I haven't seen any issues with loading secondary pages in any of the tests I've done on the site. So I think maybe your AV might be incorrectly catching something it shouldn't.

      That being said, I'm already in the process of looking around for another storage site to use as an alternative for anyone who has problems with Mediafire. Unfortunately most of the sites out there don't offer near the capacity that MediaFire does (50GB) and I need all the space I can get with the size of the video files.

      I really appreciate your feedback and will try my hardest to make everyone's experience here a good one.

      Truly,
      Wren

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