This man needed $600 to make an animated movie that “fleshed out the backstory of certain villians in the MLP universe.”
That’s right, he wanted to make a prequel movie to the My Little Pony show.
I don’t even know what to make fun of here!
Should I mock him for …
- …thinking Hasbro Studios would let him make an MLP movie with their copyright?
- …believing he could make a movie with a $600 animation budget?
- …writing his script based on a table-top RPG he played with his friends. (Every night for a year!)
- …his profile pic? (see below)
Oh well, let’s just look at the rewards.
Here, “OC” stands for “Original Character”. So for $100 you could have had a pony you designed (probably based on yourself) inserted into the movie as a side-kick to the heros! (Is $100 out of your price range? For $50 you could have had your character speak “an entire conversation” with the heros, or for $10 your character could have appeared in the background!)
Nothing says “Professional!” like adding random characters to your movie because somebody gave you a hundred bucks.