I have all the clips from the other camera that we used now so I can get busy and start editing.
I have decided to animate some short clips here and there throughout the talk to make it even more engaging. I have started making a little intro. The idea here is that camera zooms through a classroom into a simple 3d respresentation of the first starting shot, which will then switch into real life footage. I need to add colour and detail but it is on its way!
It is a rough estimation of what the actual classroom we filmed in looks like.
It is the first time I have made anything that isn’t created from primitive shapes. I don’t think I went about it the right way, but I managed to get it how I wanted it to look!
More to come very soon!
Continuation of my windmill modelling. A small update this time, I have added a door in the windmill, sorted the landscape out and added people. Any feedback on what to add or what to change is welcome as always.
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Continuation of my windmill modelling. I am pleased with how it is taking shape and am even adding extra little details. Ignore the weird spikey stuff in the background, experimenting with what the landscape can be! Any feedback on what to add or what to change is welcome as always.
After messing about with the landscape so much, with trying to get it to bend to allow space for the steps I have messed the smoothness up a bit, so this needs fixing (though at a distance it looks fine, like above). The surrounding wall is looking good, Iwill need to jig some blocks so that it is not so ‘samey’ all the way around.
I like windmills. I decided to start making a windmill and this is the stage im at so far. Im hoping to make it into a short piece of motion graphics. I’m working hard to make other short motion bits and bobs so that I can produce the best show reel I can make! My blog has been very quiet, this is about to change!
Following a tutorial that you can find here – Chair Modelling
I made this which I textured using my own sofa.