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Intro to FIGHT CHOREOGRAPHY– With Yung Lee! (GakAttack)

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Description: Download the in-depth "study guide" here: https://school.rocketjump.com/learn/directing-container/intro-to-fight-choreographyYung Lee (also known as GakAttack) is an awesome action designer and friend of RocketJump, and has worked closely with Lauren and Clint to film some sweet action scenes for us. So with Yung’s help, we determined some basic building blocks for creative Action Design... and this is just to get us started.Have questions? Come and talk with us directly on the forums:https://discuss.rocketjump.com/t/intro-to-fight-choreography-official-video-discussion/2178"London Brawling" Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?vCpasSV_mw2oExtra special thanks to Yung Lee! Check him out here:https://www.youtube.com/user/GakAttackhttps://twitter.com/iamgakThanks for watching! More videos at school.rocketjump.com!Check out our store!shop.rocketjump.comYou can also follow us on Facebook & Twitter:http://www.facebook.com/RJFilmSchoolhttps://twitter.com/rjfilmschool
Duration: 6 minutes and 31 seconds
Rating: 9/10 - Excellent
Definition: HD
Published: May 12, 2015
Author: RocketJump Film School

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