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FSO Tribute

Post by Roberto B. » Thu Feb 04, 2016 12:29 am

Hey guys…..find below the first episode of the Molecular Magic series……this video is also my personal tribute to the FSO Tenyo Forum an all their members……with all my respect, some humor and with the special appearance of 4 of the members here who have been very good friends for some years now….they are the stars of this episode!….you will realize who they are ;) ……enjoy!! ……be sure to watch until the end ;)…..the use of headphones is recommended!:


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Post by EvanS » Thu Feb 04, 2016 12:34 am

That was much more fun than I deserve. Thank you, Master!

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Post by Roberto B. » Thu Feb 04, 2016 12:40 am

EvanS wrote:That was much more fun than I deserve. Thank you, Master!
Thank YOU.....be aware of the Molecular Man....he will come back :shock:

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Post by VictorS » Thu Feb 04, 2016 1:30 am

Making a story out of Tenyo.....it`s really a brilliant idea Roberto ! Every elements in the video described all icons of the FSO. Really2 cool. Even now I can see how killertweety looks like :o :D (I`m joking David !) Very creative....very entertaining. Thanks for sharing this !

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Post by SimonC » Thu Feb 04, 2016 1:30 am

HAHAHAHAHA!!!
that was fantastic Roberto!!! where do I start?! I love your mini john studio, the cool props (the tiny flour pot is awesome!) and the KILLERTWEETY!! I hope there's more episodes to come :) really creative and cool :)
now FSO has its own show :)
bravo!!
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Post by SimonC » Thu Feb 04, 2016 2:04 am

i recognise that mysterious idol at the end is it one of the rare optical illusions kinder eggs did about ten years ago? they were awesome! can't wait to see episode two :)
Thanks for making something for the forum, it's wicked :)
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Post by Roberto B. » Thu Feb 04, 2016 2:18 am

VictorS wrote:Making a story out of Tenyo.....it`s really a brilliant idea Roberto ! Every elements in the video described all icons of the FSO. Really2 cool. Even now I can see how killertweety looks like :o :D (I`m joking David !) Very creative....very entertaining. Thanks for sharing this !
Thank you Victor....more to come....The Molecular Man don't sleep.....hahaha....me neither :cry:

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Post by Roberto B. » Thu Feb 04, 2016 2:44 am

SimonC wrote:HAHAHAHAHA!!!
that was fantastic Roberto!!! where do I start?! I love your mini john studio, the cool props (the tiny flour pot is awesome!) and the KILLERTWEETY!! I hope there's more episodes to come :) really creative and cool :)
now FSO has its own show :)
bravo!!
Thank you Simon!!

The idea started half a year ago when I realized that John's studio blinds where perfect for the Tenyo 4-D Surprise background.

You was fundamental and were involved since the beginning of the project with your help manufacturing the wonderfull metallic Molecular Man!!

The Killertweety figure I have it for a long time ago and I was tempted for years to use it in a video.

As you correctly guessed the blue idol at the end is from Kinder Surprise and was the last addition to the video as it was sended as a surprise gift by Rob Rand about a month ago. Robertito still don't finish exploring the bag filled with dozens (or maybe hundreds) of Kinder Surprise toys that Rob send me as a gift :) ......one of them was the mysterious idol :shock:

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Post by Pete1805 » Thu Feb 04, 2016 5:01 am

Excellent Roberto can't wait for the next installment. :D

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Post by Rob Rand » Thu Feb 04, 2016 5:59 am

This video was really a BUG SURPRISE to me Roberto! It is extremely funny, strange, hilarious and very clever!
Really liked the wicked conversations, the sounds, the references to Tenyo members...
It really is a weird minimovie!
Eagerly awaiting for the next episode!

And I can't help thinking that you also were inspired by the new X-Files series that recently started to my and my wife's amazement!

Waiting for your next FSO file! :)

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Post by David DeTenyo » Thu Feb 04, 2016 6:22 am

Like I posted on YouTube, I really, really enjoyed this A LOT! I watched this at my school in the teachers room and some teachers asked what the heck I was laughing with :)
You made my day Roberto - I am honored to be in the video by the way!

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Post by Roberto B. » Thu Feb 04, 2016 1:57 pm

Pete1805 wrote:Excellent Roberto can't wait for the next installment. :D
Already writing the script :geek:

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Post by Brett H » Thu Feb 04, 2016 5:44 pm

That was superb! TONS of micro-work in there. Love the kitchen in the back of the card and the way John's blind worked with 4D Surprise.

As always, completely original routine and an absolute blast to watch.

I also learned that the little guy in your logo is named the 'Molecular Man'. How did you come up with him? Is there a story behind it?

And! Looking forward to the next one!
Where's my colon?!

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Post by Richard W » Fri Feb 05, 2016 8:20 am

Roberto has outdone himself!

That was fantastic! So creative from beginning to end. The mini John studio, Molecular Man, Killertweety, Mini kitchen, all a surprise with so much going on hated when it was all over. It leaves you wanting more more more. Waiting for the next one. :)

Richard
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Post by Roberto B. » Fri Feb 05, 2016 2:16 pm

Rob Rand wrote:This video was really a BUG SURPRISE to me Roberto! It is extremely funny, strange, hilarious and very clever!
Really liked the wicked conversations, the sounds, the references to Tenyo members...
It really is a weird minimovie!
Eagerly awaiting for the next episode!

And I can't help thinking that you also were inspired by the new X-Files series that recently started to my and my wife's amazement!

Waiting for your next FSO file! :)
Strange and weird....I like that! :)

Not a fan of the X-Files....I believe I have never seen a complete episode......I should give it a try with the new season. But I saw the 2 cinema movies and I like them a lot (the second one more tan the first one).

FYI the blue idol at the end of the video came in the Kinder Surprise bag that you sent me ;)

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Post by Roberto B. » Fri Feb 05, 2016 3:56 pm

David DeTenyo wrote:Like I posted on YouTube, I really, really enjoyed this A LOT! I watched this at my school in the teachers room and some teachers asked what the heck I was laughing with :)
You made my day Roberto - I am honored to be in the video by the way!
The Killertweety will have en important role in the next episodes.....

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Post by Roberto B. » Fri Feb 05, 2016 4:02 pm

Brett H wrote:That was superb! TONS of micro-work in there. Love the kitchen in the back of the card and the way John's blind worked with 4D Surprise.

As always, completely original routine and an absolute blast to watch.

I also learned that the little guy in your logo is named the 'Molecular Man'. How did you come up with him? Is there a story behind it?

And! Looking forward to the next one!
No story for the name of the Little guy Brett....I mean I will made a story for it for the videos but in real life I just took the name from the Molecular Gastronomy wich I find extremely cool ;)

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Post by David DeTenyo » Sat Feb 06, 2016 3:45 am

Roberto B. wrote: The Killertweety will have en important role in the next episodes.....
:twisted: :P

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Post by Simon Layland » Sat Feb 06, 2016 5:09 am

A brilliant thinker.
I love the idea of the powder making the man appear.
Thanks Roberto
Simon from Aus (but English)

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Post by BobD » Sat Feb 06, 2016 7:15 am

Roberto's videos started me into collecting Tenyo. Now he has taken it to the next level. I find it very creative and entertaining.

Thank you Roberto!

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Post by Roberto B. » Sun Feb 07, 2016 7:49 pm

Richard W wrote:Roberto has outdone himself!

That was fantastic! So creative from beginning to end. The mini John studio, Molecular Man, Killertweety, Mini kitchen, all a surprise with so much going on hated when it was all over. It leaves you wanting more more more. Waiting for the next one. :)

Richard
Thank you for the comment Richard!....I hope I can made episode 2 ASAP.

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Post by Roberto B. » Sun Feb 07, 2016 7:51 pm

Simon Layland wrote:A brilliant thinker.
I love the idea of the powder making the man appear.
Thanks Roberto
The powder in reality is not flour....is Robertito's milk ;)

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Post by Roberto B. » Sun Feb 07, 2016 7:54 pm

BobD wrote:Roberto's videos started me into collecting Tenyo. Now he has taken it to the next level. I find it very creative and entertaining.

Thank you Roberto!
Thank you BobD......glad that you liked it!

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Post by BluBob » Thu Feb 11, 2016 11:57 pm

The video is just too cool for school!

-Will "TenyoMAN" (with a "T" on on his chest) make an appearance?
-Will the Invisible Man ever emerge from the Invisible Zone?
-Will the Little Savings Bank ever grow up?
-Will the Rabbit In the Wallet ever escape?
-Will the Tunnel Of Darkness ever see the light of day?
-Will the Tenyo Spring Flowers ever become may showers?
-Will the Wandering Hole ever find the Black Hole?
-will Wonder Window ever figure it out?
-will Billscape ever become Simonscape?
-Will John ever use his hyper vision only to be side-tracked in the tunnel of darkness while conducting tricky business as a bird watcher?

Stand by, these, and other burning issues may/may not be answered in future episodes of Molecular Man.
and now, on with the show ...

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Post by JohnM » Sun Mar 20, 2016 1:02 am

wow, Wow, WOW!

That is something really different. A Tenyo Movie is a first. Bravo!

I tried using other items and backgrounds for 4D Surprise and it is not that easy.

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