RC to dl or play it off the server, makes no difference to me.
I did play with the "correction" of the title but it's my professional opinion that it looks stupid and eats up time.
Not the exact length of the scene, but I'm still going to play with how it fits with the surrounding scenes and the transition to and from black.
Hopefully this sparks a little more discussion! Don't make me email you!! Hah.
Posted by Amber Gail at Sunday, March 22, 2009
I feel we should have a real discussion about this, however brief.
End credits - how do we want to do this? Who would we like to thank? Are they really going to be as long in the final cut as they are right now?
I would like to design them to match the titles.
This is what I have done up for the titles today -
Here is the Pose Test Leica.
The sound effects might be off synch in some parts
Posted by Hernando Bahamon at Saturday, March 21, 2009
BECAUSE IT'S FINALLY SPRING!
My e-mail got cut short because I pressed "Send" instead of "Save". Still had a bit more to say, but I didn't want to be flooding you with emails. Because I know I'll think of more. Also, we should all know about feeds since Wednesday's great demo.
Fifth is a reminder to remember those ABCs. As in, don't touch the Cs before you touch the As.
Sixth is a reminder that the pipeline is being supervised. If your roughs aren't in by end of day Monday, I'll want to know when they'll be in, not why they aren't.
Seventh is a reminder to have fun, of course.
Forget the film, watch the titles - SubmarineChannel
Lots of good quality digital video of animated title sequences on there. I'm browsing to research title design, I swears it!
Doesn't have much to do with our film, really... other than, like our film, being totally awesome.
The Danse Macabre in a form I can get behind.
I loves me some Gattaca and it pleases me greatly to read the only digital element of the sequence was for setting some type - suck it Dexter.
The obligatory David Lynch!!
Also, more for curiosity's sake than me actually wanting you to watch them - two more by Cuppa Coffee.
I figure I might as well make my own account, hahaha... I made my videos private, just in case. Call me paranoid. So you'll need the group account to see them *hint hint*, haha...
Scene 95 - poses from Mélanie on Vimeo.
In case you didn't show up today, or didn't see me while I was shooting some more later on. I'm not happy with a lot of this, seems like I always need at least 2 goes before things start to look kinda like I want them to. So happy DQ's back this week!
Didn't bother uploading this one on Vimeo hahaha. Well here it is. I still want to do some touch ups, to the effects. Also there was a few problems matching it perfect due to my scanner that's smaller than the animation paper. However I must say I'm happy with how it turned out. Hope you feel the same. It was colored and made to the final thing with the effects and Post work in maybe 3hrs. So I feel confident about this compositing method. I will do a demo. Also for the colors I used Angela's examples but slightly tweaked to look good with the lighting and BG. Hope you like it.
I think it would look cool to close his eyes and then the lights slowly come on. I have some ideas for the both of them to make'em look better a bit but I'll do that in a little while because I need to get a few things before. Any way here are 2 scenes (even though they are almost the same stuff) put trough the pipeline.
Posted by Cristian Camaroschi at Thursday, March 05, 2009
Hope this clears up any issues with them. So, as requested, scene 101 with more breaky upy clouds...
Aaaaaand scene 107 with a lot more definition and breaky upy clouds. Enjoy.
Preferably feedback that doesn't require me to do the layouts over again :P
Posted by Henry Lidstone at Monday, March 02, 2009