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Friday, November 04, 2005

Stopmotion composite tester

This clip is the first of several animation tests to experiment with the composition of 3d stopmotion composited onto a 2d background. This render is purely lasso'd photos with no colour or effect correction. The 2d background has a pan blur operator. Im very pleased with the result of the test, but am skeptical about whether the similar colours of the sky and origami crane are the reason that the composition works. I will be continuing these tests over the next week with 'thin glynn' (the man shaped origami).

3 Comments:

Blogger Matt & Nick said...

Great idea. They are composited together very well. Definately will make the film standout, with the design, 2d animation, and now stop motion paper animation!!!
matt.

4:00 pm  
Blogger ramee said...

Wow. It's very interesting way. ^-^

4:41 pm  
Blogger Ale said...

Oh....Green screening is always hard, but you seem to get it well ;)
I tried it once but it was a total mess!
Check my movies and lots of stopmo stuff at http://alestopmotion.blogspot.com

Bye!

12:06 am  

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