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Yan Sculpts A Gorilla - A New & Improved Format


Yanal Sosak writes:

Hi guys!

I have been working non stop on this video with the hopes of improving your experience with time lapse videos. I mixed in fun with education, making a video full of tips and entertainment. Enjoy the watch :)



  1. Awesome video, a bit fast for me with so much information, but touched on a lot of interesting topics to check out! Maybe a bit unrelated to your video, how long do you make your transitions between scenes and images? How long do you show something on screen before moving on? Why?

    • Thanks :) I am not quite sure i understand your question, are you talking about video editing? Video editing like creating characters is a form of art, i don't follow any rules i just go with what i feel works at that spot.

  2. Yep, video editing, in this particular video you showed some pictures at the beginning of different species of the object you were sculpting. On average, how long do you hold those frames? Is 30 frames to short to hold the frame of the image or video? Is 30 frames too short on transition? BTW I'm using blender video editor. My setup is 29.97 frames per sec. Why I'm I asking, I'm working on my demo reel, but having some trouble. If not, maybe, do you know of a resource I can check out for some tips?

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