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My Dog Vincent (Chuck Campbell) screencaps

So, I bought film because of Chuck love - for those who know not of whom I speak he's the guy who plays Chucknician/Sergeant Canada on SGA. Watched film with much squeeing (there's so much Chuck in it!) - really enjoyed it. It's a Canadian coming of age drama in a much more understated way than any of the Hollywood American Pie sort of deals,with a less usual cool subtle humour, plus it has realism and quirkisness to the characters that made me feel for the guys.

Anyway, I then spent another 4.5 hours making caps and came out with just over 500 screencaps (jpg's) for it.

EDIT: Available as a rar archive uploaded to yousendit, though you need to register for yousendit (which they require for downloading more than a 20mb file).


Also, now up on photobucket for casual perusal. :)

I was trying to cap for variety and some are more amusing than others (though plenty of adorable shots too) but I hope there be some nice icons etc from these. If you take them a comment would be good but no worries if not and credit isn't specifically necessary - just no claiming these as you own caps - what I'd really love is if people making anything from them could post a link back here so I can see what was done, because it'd be nice to see such pretty things resulting from the plain old caps.


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Mar. 17th, 2007 12:00 am (UTC)
Oh wow! *is almost speechless* Thank you so much. I was about to go to bed, but how could I resist this download!!! Boy, they look awesome. I see what you mean about tongue :P How *cute* is that guy?! Well, I really need to crash, but just thank you so much for all that time and effort!
Mar. 18th, 2007 10:26 pm (UTC)
This is great, thank you so much! Downloaded the file, and will link back when I make some icons. :D
Mar. 25th, 2007 03:27 pm (UTC)
Oh yay! tigilicious is going to make icons? If I'd known this I may not have just used my paltry skills to create this icon ;) Nothing like your own ideas, though, eh?

MDV is winging it's way back, and will need signed for, I figured that was one way to make sure Royal Mail take good care of it, hope it doesn't cause inconvenience. Watch out for a little envelope, it has some stamps in for sending the other DVD's back :D Tansy helped me pack everything, LOL.
Mar. 25th, 2007 03:45 pm (UTC)
I like the icon, though the writing's hard to read (a box or something behind it could improve that). I really wish I'd been able to get sharper caps too, but despite it being DVD and saving at highest quality they weren't quite as sharp as some people seem to be able to get. It's so nice to see the caps being used though. :D

Hopefully the estate agents next door will sign for it, otherwise I'll reschedule delivery for next Saturday if I can or will have to locate the Royal Mail depo... But seriously, thank you for lending me the other DVD and aw to Tansy helping.
Mar. 25th, 2007 04:16 pm (UTC)
Yeah, it's not easy to read, is it? I'll have to fiddle... I liked the fuzzy quality for that, though. Nice effect without me having to create it, LOL.
You don't start tomorrow do you? Hokey mackokey! Sorry! Gosh, where did time go? All the best, hope it goes OK!!!! *hug*
Mar. 25th, 2007 05:17 pm (UTC)
Nice 90's feel to the film ;)

Yep, tomorrow is my first day, fresh start - all excited. I've been doing betatesting for Sancutary for the last 3 days, half to help the site and half to get some practice in.
Mar. 25th, 2007 08:51 pm (UTC)
Oh yes, nice thing to throw into conversation, although I bet no ones even heard of it, LOL!

Well, all the very best tomorrow - you'll get your 'Good Luck in the New Job' card too late, but never mind :D We never even realised the clocks changed until about an hour ago, hahaha! Been moving stuff and stripping wallpaper all day and never been near the real world ;)

Have a good sleep and let us all know how you got on tomorrow!

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