Posted: Sat, 13th Apr 2002, 9:39am
Post 2 of 87
How is this effect done? Its confused me!
can any users on here enlighten me on how i would go about doing this myself???
Posted: Sat, 13th Apr 2002, 11:37am
Post 3 of 87
There are many tutorials on how to do a matrix move...
For example visit my homepage and click on "effects" to see how it's done.
Posted: Tue, 16th Apr 2002, 1:59pm
Post 4 of 87
Even if it's a small test, it is the best matrix move I saw here; I give you 2 spirited tumbs up! :o I downloaded you tutorial, I just hope mine will look as good as yours.
Posted: Tue, 16th Apr 2002, 3:13pm
Post 5 of 87
this was an excellent test shot. It just shows that u dont need millions to make decent effects!
Posted: Tue, 23rd Apr 2002, 9:39am
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It was horribble. Me arse is aching after this terrifying and grotatius involving speciment. I could have done better after eating a pork with chocolate and orange juice and crapping on my grandfathers dinnerplate!
A part from that, it was very good!!
Posted: Tue, 23rd Apr 2002, 4:39pm
Post 7 of 87
Heads up....I've got a short on the way that I made with some of the Grade 4 students in my class. Highly violent and sure to get me fired!
More importantly I used the "still" frame Matirx Tutorial. It works perfectly if you are meticulous about re-shooting. Cheers to whoever originally posted it. No need to go through Elsatic Reality, Morph or Phtososhop.
It's gonna be cool..........gimme a few weeks and then I'll provide an explanation for how I did all of it......if anyone wants, I'll post the 3 second "spin" camera scene with the Bullet Time sequence that I shot on Friday when it's totally finished. I'll just check back here to see if it's worth it.
Posted: Tue, 23rd Apr 2002, 4:50pm
Post 8 of 87
Sounds like something I'd really like to see! :)
Posted: Tue, 23rd Apr 2002, 7:03pm
Post 9 of 87
Does the movie have little kids shooting each other in it? If it does it would be funny! HA!
Posted: Tue, 23rd Apr 2002, 9:16pm
Post 10 of 87
Hehe, yes mecha that would be cool
Posted: Wed, 24th Apr 2002, 12:40am
Post 11 of 87
Yeah man...........I picked these 4 kids who worked really hard and helped do some of the Alam stuff for another project (they got totally into it).
Considering the "Matrix Kids" flick you guys did, this will be right up your alley! Totaly mayhem. Kids blasting the crap out of oneanother........blood......you name it.........just taking a long time......
I hope this doesn't start a "Neo is evil" crusade. I do have their parents permission for anyone that is worried- and they're learning a lot from this experience.......like how to cock a replica Sig-45!!!!
Posted: Wed, 1st May 2002, 5:32pm
Post 12 of 87
Wow if that is a test whats the real thing
I really got alot of ideas from your web page Sollthar. Thanks a million.
Posted: Wed, 1st May 2002, 9:49pm
Post 13 of 87
Really? Coool! I'm really glad that it might help!
Posted: Thu, 2nd May 2002, 8:49pm
Post 14 of 87
That is pretty good shootin Tex. Good film Sollthar, only one question, i checked out the tutorial on your web page on how you did this, but how did you get the backround to blend together so well. I assume you took stills and then put them together to fly across the backround. But how did your stills line up so well.??? :o
Posted: Fri, 28th Jun 2002, 9:55am
Post 15 of 87
This is damned impressive considering the technique used. I'm amazed your actor managed 7 near-identical jumps. I hope his elbows and knees have recovered :)
Suggestions to improve it: lead-in and lead-out instead of whizzing the camera round at a constant speed. Soften the shadow on the floor, it looks really fake as it is. If 7 of us could get together and film the actor with 7 cameras at once, you could make an even better version :)
Posted: Thu, 4th Jul 2002, 2:54pm
Post 16 of 87
this was wicked i havent seen it till a couple of days ago but we must think the same coz ive just finished my test its not as good as urs but its on the same leval and now ive seen urs im not gonna stop mine till its as good or better ..lol:)
Posted: Thu, 4th Jul 2002, 2:55pm
Post 17 of 87
haha! Cool! Keep going and don't forget to inform me when it's done!!! :)
Posted: Fri, 5th Jul 2002, 12:38am
Post 18 of 87
Oh my god. That was fantastic!
You piss me off, man. I think this and The Test is the best stuff I have seen here. No, scratch that; the best stuff I have seen on the web, ever. And you did them both!?
I’m sorry if this sounds like a major butt-lick; but tough. I loved it.
Posted: Thu, 11th Jul 2002, 8:48pm
Post 19 of 87
it's obvious how it is done...
u have obviously got him to dive, then used ur superman skillz to run round him really fast, right b4 he hits the ground
very good piece of footage, and very well done
Posted: Thu, 11th Jul 2002, 11:14pm
Post 20 of 87
Thanks a lot spotless! I'm really glad when people enjoy our work!
Lol TMM... Damn... I think you got me... :)
Posted: Thu, 11th Jul 2002, 11:20pm
Post 21 of 87
don't worry ur secret identity is safe with me
no-one else will ever know that ur superman...
D'OH, now i have blurted it out, and whole community knows, i am sorry man - i would understand if u wanted to zap me, or freeze me or summit right now
Posted: Thu, 11th Jul 2002, 11:43pm
Post 22 of 87
I hope Sollthar becomes famous so I can boast about how I used to talk to him online and be his buddy ol' pal
Posted: Fri, 12th Jul 2002, 9:13am
Post 23 of 87
Haha... Yeah... Hopefully we meet in Hollywood and go for lunch to chat about our old AlamDV times! :)
I wouldn't mind! :)))
Posted: Sat, 13th Jul 2002, 11:11pm
Post 24 of 87
Yeah, an' I bet I'LL be serving your lunch!
Just remember to tip big!
Posted: Sat, 13th Jul 2002, 11:39pm
Post 25 of 87
I was just wondering if you are planning to shoot something new or if you'r going to upload some new good stuff here ?
Posted: Sat, 13th Jul 2002, 11:55pm
Post 26 of 87
Yes, we're in the middle of our second feature length film, a production for televison (wich hopefully works as it is promised)... Actually, it's 1:55 AM right now and I've just returned from shooting a nightscene a few minutes ago. :)
But it's real fun working with all the actors. It's a real difference working with professional actors than "just" friends as I'm used to... :)
Shooting will last another week (we started preproduction last year, had the casting 2 months ago and started filming 8 days ago) and then I hope to be able to put a teaser/trailer on here as soon as I get one ready (wich won't be so soon I fear) :(
Posted: Sun, 14th Jul 2002, 2:10pm
Post 27 of 87
Sounds cool! Good luck with that.
Posted: Sun, 14th Jul 2002, 10:19pm
Post 28 of 87
Thank you very much spotless! We can use all the luck anyone can spare... :)
Posted: Sun, 14th Jul 2002, 10:20pm
Post 29 of 87
sollthar, i'd give you some luck...but it fell in the toilet...
Posted: Sun, 14th Jul 2002, 10:26pm
Post 30 of 87
Damn... Dig it out! Come on! Don't be like that!!! :)
Posted: Sun, 14th Jul 2002, 10:27pm
Post 31 of 87
but what would the dog think?????????????
Posted: Mon, 15th Jul 2002, 9:11pm
Post 32 of 87
Ooops, I accidently gave this movie a 2
I'm really impressed he was able to jump like that so many times in a row. You should of lowered and hightened the tripod as you went around though. That woulda been a cool twist
Posted: Tue, 23rd Jul 2002, 12:30am
Post 33 of 87
hi i know that that was the best amature scene ever...and i was wondering if im on the right lines have a look at my web site under movies..theres two i would like people to see
and please reply tell me what u think
Posted: Thu, 25th Jul 2002, 5:04pm
Post 34 of 87
Very short clip but still very cool!
Posted: Mon, 29th Jul 2002, 9:03am
Post 35 of 87
crap, crap, crap.......
and then comes along this little gem..
great, but then i saw who made it.. - Sollthar
i should have known, he is good.... very good.
Posted: Mon, 29th Jul 2002, 5:39pm
Post 36 of 87
Haha, thank you! :)
I'm still amazed myself how this little test worked out... We just tried it as a joke, but then it really worked... :)
Posted: Mon, 29th Jul 2002, 10:47pm
Post 37 of 87
You invented it maaaaan!
Posted: Sat, 24th Aug 2002, 1:22pm
Post 38 of 87
hey great movie!!! how'd you get the spinning effect?
Posted: Sat, 24th Aug 2002, 3:42pm
Post 39 of 87
Not only did sollthar create the shot... he created a tutorial!!!:http://www.nccinema.ch/esfx11.html
that's the link to his site.
Posted: Sat, 23rd Nov 2002, 3:08am
Post 40 of 87
this is an extremelly difficult scene.
Posted: Thu, 3rd Apr 2003, 9:46pm
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Posted: Fri, 5th Sep 2003, 9:33pm
Post 42 of 87
Just HOW did you do this?? 60 cameras?? Damn that looked good!!
Posted: Fri, 5th Sep 2003, 9:57pm
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Posted: Thu, 4th Dec 2003, 8:32am
Post 44 of 87
How did you morph the guy and what software does that kind of stuff?
Posted: Sun, 28th Dec 2003, 4:21am
Post 45 of 87
That was neat. I had to slow that down to see how you did it.
Posted: Fri, 2nd Jan 2004, 11:12am
Post 46 of 87
This was really awesome!
I think he was using only 1 camera, because it`s also possible, but that same trick need to do many times....., Sollthar can u maybe give some advices for me sometimes if i need????
5 Stars from me!
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Posted: Fri, 2nd Jan 2004, 4:22pm
Post 47 of 87
go to his website. he has many tutorials on stuff including the matrix move. www.nccinema.ch
Posted: Fri, 20th Feb 2004, 12:01am
Post 48 of 87
*bows before the almighty sollthar
that was bloody incredible!!!!! that looked professional, but i suppose sollthar and co. are pros
1000000 out of 5
well, maybe a bit much, but you get my general thoughts on the video huh?
Posted: Wed, 21st Apr 2004, 4:06pm
Post 49 of 87
hey how did you do that it was asum i wanna do soming like that but i dont no how to
Posted: Fri, 13th Aug 2004, 12:21pm
Post 50 of 87
One word can sum up that movie; Amazing.
Posted: Tue, 21st Jun 2005, 2:53am
Post 51 of 87
WOW. nice widescreen!
Posted: Tue, 30th Aug 2005, 9:15pm
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Posted: Fri, 2nd Sep 2005, 2:38am
Post 53 of 87
I hated this. Bad job solthar
Posted: Tue, 6th Sep 2005, 3:52pm
Post 54 of 87
too bad the tutorial is not in english
Posted: Thu, 6th Oct 2005, 2:05am
Post 55 of 87
It is pretty neat... Great job on the 3D turning, though!
Posted: Sat, 8th Oct 2005, 7:41pm
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Posted: Sat, 8th Oct 2005, 7:46pm
Post 57 of 87
I'm still dizzy from it!
Posted: Sat, 8th Oct 2005, 8:35pm
Post 58 of 87
The best 6 second movie I've ever seen. Lol
Posted: Sat, 18th Feb 2006, 4:24pm
Post 59 of 87
That was sweet, how did you do that!
Posted: Sun, 23rd Apr 2006, 12:03am
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Posted: Sun, 23rd Apr 2006, 12:20am
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Posted: Sun, 23rd Apr 2006, 1:11am
Post 62 of 87
yeah, that tut is cool. too bad i don't have C4D... oh well... and godfather, don't double-post; just edit the original for changes like that.
Posted: Sun, 23rd Apr 2006, 1:20am
Post 63 of 87
wahts c4d, it was an accidnet ur majesty
Posted: Sun, 23rd Apr 2006, 1:23am
Post 64 of 87
the godfather wrote:wahts c4d, it was an accidnet ur majesty
Cinema 4D, a 3d app made by Maxon.
and you don't need to get snippy about it. It wasn't an insult, just a reminder.
Posted: Sun, 23rd Apr 2006, 1:36am
Post 65 of 87
why do u need c4d?
Posted: Sun, 23rd Apr 2006, 1:59am
Post 66 of 87
see the 3d 'skeleton' in the tutorial? i think that was in C4D; not to mention it says here
that they used C4D.
Posted: Sun, 23rd Apr 2006, 2:06am
Post 67 of 87
u dont have to do it the exact same way they did
half the fun is experimenting with waht you have.
Posted: Sun, 23rd Apr 2006, 2:10am
Post 68 of 87
the 'skeleton' i was reffering to is this -
but now i think it's the morphing program.
good point, about experimenting.
Posted: Sun, 23rd Apr 2006, 2:11am
Post 69 of 87
yes this is jsut a morphing program
very simple and effectivewww.download.com
has u covered there
Posted: Sun, 23rd Apr 2006, 2:18am
Post 70 of 87
ah... yes... download.com...
Posted: Tue, 2nd May 2006, 3:03am
Post 71 of 87
Sollthar, I love all your movies. awesome effect. Use it A LOT. One thing though. Couldn't you just film the person doing each jump from each angle, cut out the unnecessary frames, and slow it down a hair? That should give it the same effect.
Ultimate Effect, 5/5
Posted: Wed, 17th May 2006, 12:52am
Post 72 of 87
this effect is extremily easy i did it the way seargent is talking about.
acually i told seargent about that way and did it before him. hes actually never doen the effect. hahahahah
i know were you live seargent... no sereasly i do.
Posted: Mon, 22nd May 2006, 5:46pm
Post 73 of 87
Was very cool, did you do a lot of green screening? Did you guys take pictures of 360 degrees around the two and then green screen them in? It was pretty sick for a home made thing. Bravo, I gave you a four due to it being so short. But it was amazing and I hope you make more of it, even though I bet it takes forever to edit such a short film using such techniques.
Posted: Sun, 18th Jun 2006, 3:45pm
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Posted: Wed, 2nd Aug 2006, 2:39pm
Post 75 of 87
for me it looks like greenscreen
Posted: Tue, 5th Jun 2007, 11:06pm
Post 76 of 87
Good job. Most people woulnt think to put the shadow but you did. Bravo on the muzzle too!
Five of Five
Posted: Wed, 11th Jul 2007, 7:28pm
Post 77 of 87
Good, but too short.
Make a longer shootout scene. Come on guys put some Spleen in to it!
Posted: Sun, 15th Jul 2007, 3:22pm
Post 78 of 87
Hey can you explain how you did that scene, how did you made it?
Posted: Thu, 27th Dec 2007, 11:29am
Post 79 of 87
Dunno how to watch it! Help!
Posted: Wed, 11th Jun 2008, 3:18pm
Post 80 of 87
I'm guessing you made it by capturing an image of yourself in the same pose from different angles, and then superimposing it onto a background. Convincing effect, now use it with a story.
Posted: Wed, 11th Jun 2008, 7:06pm
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Posted: Sat, 20th Dec 2008, 1:56am
Post 82 of 87
Wow That is Unbelievable!
Posted: Thu, 16th Apr 2009, 6:41pm
Post 83 of 87
WOAH! That's amazing!
Posted: Sun, 31st May 2009, 7:26pm
Post 84 of 87
Woah, how do you do that!?
Posted: Sun, 31st May 2009, 8:47pm
Post 85 of 87
Wow! I saw that online on the Creative Cow site and I was about to tell you about it except someone already did............3 years ago.
Kinda short but great!
Asta Lavesta Babay!-Storm
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jun 2010, 1:35am
Post 86 of 87
Can the person that did this give me a call 818 303 0455. I'm a TV producer looking to do this for a show and would love to talk to you. Please don't call to if you had nothing to do with the clip. Ask for Edison.
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jun 2010, 7:39am
Post 87 of 87
I did this clip. But I'm based in switzerland so it's a bit difficult to call you.
I do TV work however through http://www.nccinema.ch
, my company. You can drop me an email at email@example.com