You need to work with layers and a 3D software like Poser or DazStudio (that is free) and a skeleton poseded as the character. Maybe you need to buy the skeleton to animate it, but its very cheap.
hahaha I saw a few episodes of Dr, so dont reminde the effect... just could imagine something like Blade vampire disolve.
GK has a pretty good breakdown there, althought I would say you don't have to greenscreen your actor. The "glow" of a Dalek blaster has always been pretty loose. You COULD just duplicate your footage with the actor being shot and draw a loose, feathered mask over him/her for your glow layers. NuWho loves to use the green glow (Unless it's a Stephen Moffat episode, in which case the only thing you'll ever see a Dalek take out is another Dalek. Grand Moff Steven doesn't believe in bad guys actually being a threat....). If you're looking for a little more of a Classic Who look then go with Invert, since the classic extermination was negative video.
Just to let you all know, I am very grateful for your help and would be grateful if you could check out the finished product. It's on the movie wall and it's called, 'RUN'. Thanks
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9eUV_4lsbl0Ollie, take a look at this tutorial. That will walk you through techniques to improve your TARDIS and Dalek.The extermination effect looked really good! You did a nice job getting motion in your negative skeleton and matching it to actor motion and placement. That one shot looks professional! Your regeneration energy is quite good, too, so I fully expect, if you follow that tutorial, you can get your Tardis and Dalek up to the level of your extermination and regeneration.Nice use of slow-motion on the Daleks's first shot! Clearly this Dalek is a threat. You also did a nice job on your music editing. It flows nicely.Good work!
Thank you very much Michael, I will follow the tutorial and then re-upload it. Thank you very much, it means a lot
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