ClÃ©ment Granjon has updated his Hologram tutorial with a 30-minute videotutorial.
I have updated my tutorial on "how to make a hologram", I have made a 30minutes
video tutorial on how I have created it. I have improved some settings (lighting
Hope you like it ;)
Excellent tutorial! Very good work!
Thanks for watching MetaBlue =)
And thanks to Bart, to published this news.
... but I miss one thing:
That doesn't look like the holos in StarWars!!!
I think because of the static behaviour of the holo!!
@woody: yeah, little shaking and flickering would be really nice. Is it possible?
Cool! I'll be sure to try it out!
By the way, where is the image that's with the article from? Because it looks to be one of my renders that I posted here:
If it is, then it's not even showing the great results the tutorial will create!
I made it before the files and tutorial were updated, plus it was done using a technique slightly different to ClÃ©ment's, as I wanted to see if it could be done using a pre-rendered video, or using a video shot in front of green screen. I found that it could be done, but it didn't look anywhere near as good as the original technique.
Assuming it is my render, them I'm absolutely fine with you using it (I'm really glad you chose it!) , but I just think it doesn't show what a great effect the tutorial can produce!
@nat: yes, I grabbed it from that thread. I didn't find a ready to use image form the new method. A bit lazy :)
Ah too bad, I thought he was going to make an actual hologram... not just a render in "that style".
@ everyone: You can also animate it if you want, I'm good at animating right now so I didn't made an example. For the shaking "style", I didn't test it yet, but I really want to try it !
@Bart: here is a reday made image you can use (sorry to didn't submit it to you):
http://clems.g.free.fr/content/2008/hologram/compositing.png (use the image you want in this file http://clems.g.free.fr/content/2008/hologram/).
@macouno: I don't really understand want you mean... Not enough realistic ? Not animated ? Not joined to a scene ?
By the way, in my free time I'm currently trying to improve the realism of this technique (changing colors, textures, compositing...), it becomes harder with the time. In the next two week, I will work on a incrustation (photography/3d) and I want to join the hologram to my models, so I will inform you the result =)
Hope I can show you how to make it better and better with the time.
Oh ! Sorry I would like to say "I am NOT good at animating".