Kahveh, want to do particlesimulations?
Sorry it took so long, I took a short nap that turned into a 5 hour sleep, I'm just waiting on Camtasia to finish rendering.Edit. Okay, it's uploading to YouTube right now and it should be another 20 minutes.I have to leave for a friends birthday party but here's a link to the video. Hope it makes sense. Let me know what you guys think. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwJ7a9BERBw&feature=youtu.be
Thanks for the video! Amazing you actually figured a formula how to calculate the hitfilm zoom value. I had no idea what was that about before. Unfortunately that's not the only error we have with it, so I'll have to test things out in blender to reproduce the bug and if it's avoidable. Otherwise, we cannot use blender as an animator for this project. For now, we'll be using hitfilm for the animations until declared otherwise..
Now people. Have you got your dropbox accounts up and running?If you don't, please, create an account and download & install the software. It creates a handy dropbox-virtual / cloud folder for you that updates itself automatically, so it's really easy to use with this kind of projects.If you already have dropbox account, please, PM your e-mail address associated with your dropbox-account, and I'll invite you to the project folder.Also, you should press "follow this topic" to get automated email notifications whenever a reply is made here to be updated!
Very nice work. We can begin doing some rough animating right now with stand in models. Might I suggest that the durations be considered estimations? I know its silly to say but just to make sure people know there is wiggle room when the shots start getting crafted. As the Editor its better to let a shot play out longer so there is more to work with. Cut aways... close ups and alternate shots are really useful.
Yes! I ment them to be estsimations but saved the trouble of mentioning it.. So there's really at least 2-3 seconds per shot room to wiggle. We can make those shots abit longer.Also, animator will see if a shot is clearly too short or too long, or if it needs alternate shots.
Hello everyone! I love this idea, and is love too help! I can help with anything. I'm currently on vacation in Colorado, and don't get back until August 6th, but I could get you guys some cool scenery shots here in the mountains!
If it's not a big trouble, please, take some great sceneryshots!! Still images are great, we can do a cameramapping with them eventually.But note: I'm not yet certain if we'll need them tho in this project. The script includes scenes on the surface of destroyed earth, BUT we may not have the time to do that scene! It depends how well this project kicks off. Hey, could you do panoramic shots? Even regular still images are ok, if you have an tripod, just circle it around and take the shots, I'm sure we can stitch them together afterwards! That would be great also, to have something like 180 degrees of camera panning-possibility!