Ah that sounds perfect, thanks!There is a lot of material available at the Prelinger Archives. It's mostly older Public Domain material. There are even quite a few features. When I started out in audio post I would practice Foley and sound effects on clips from Prelinger.
this is great, I've found an old sci-fi cartoon to work with, thanks for the suggestion! Although yes, outside input would be helpful but I think it's definitely a great place to startInternet Archive: Digital Library of Free & Borrowable Books, Movies, Music & Wayback Machine
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Here ya go. I should have included the links in my original post.
I would alternate between things that interested me and picking things at random to challenge my creativity and problem solving. The only "bad" thing is there isn't a producer and/or director to say either "That's great!" or "That sucks!"
Hiya, my actual film portfolio is only just coming together so only has one thing in it, but I'm working on a couple others which will be up soon. https://www.tumblr.com/blog/view/phoenixmundymusicDo you have any of your compositions on the web? soundcloud or whatever
Hiya, my actual film portfolio is only just coming together so only has one thing in it, but I'm working on a couple others which will be up soon. https://www.tumblr.com/blog/view/phoenixmundymusic
My personal stuff can be heard here:
Hi! I have a scene that might work perfectly for your style! Send me your email or a way to contact you and I'll send you the details/infoI'm a music composition graduate looking to get into film composition. If anyone has any pre-existing scenes they'd let me practice on I'd be super grateful.
I can potentially come up with something new for something in the works too, but please bear in mind I'm still learning!