Steven just posted the breakdown of his 'Kid Dances on Roof Top' video.
I think it looked better without color correction
Bart, you should add a headline ;)
You can't select this entry whithout one ;)
Yeah I guess a title would help ;-) Thanks!
ähhmmm Bart, there still isn't a headline at blender.org ;)
But I think you know that :)
Yeah, the old version is still being cached somewhere. Can't really figure it out quick and I have to get on with work.. I think it'll be gone in a couple of hours.
Take your time ;)
But I'm glad you know bout it :)
Thanks for posting the breakdown Steven!
How did you paste the camera motion from one footage to another?
Hey, I just added my second shot on a plane in 3D space, same distance as the house, and rendered that out after applying the camera solver constraint to the camera.
That makes sense..
Thank you so much for your reply!
Nice Job, Steven, that video was great. Thanks for the breakdown.
Thanks for the breakdown!
Woo W ! nice
Should have put the cows on the roof too!
haha! we talked about that! could have done a bull fight on the roof! :D
Cool! :) How did you make and animate the rotoscoped kid and how long did it take?
Hey, here's a good video on how to do masking in blender from the mango channel, it didn't take me long, pretty quick and easy. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZnJLLB1P4M&feature=plcp
When I said rotoscoped I meant how did you make and animate the 3D model of the kid and how hard was it?
ahh, you confused me by using the word rotoscoped, that's another name for masking. Animating the 3D model was a little tricky, and took me around 6-8 hr, but I couldn't think of any other way to achieve realistic shadows.
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