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NEW AT THIS...need some help with greenscreening advise.

Posted: Wed, 29th Nov 2006, 10:30pm

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FXhomer34433

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i really like this pic,

link copy and paste to the search bar. http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g296/Lookfilms/mustafar_catwalk01texturetest10.jpg

....one of the only good shots i found i was wondering if i could somehow use this pic or one like it to get the same picture but with the lava spurting over? really hard question i think but if any1 could even just help a little...thanks alot.
Posted: Thu, 30th Nov 2006, 12:48am

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crazymonkey01

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Do you mean without the lava spurting over? If so i would recommened either atempting to remove it with photoshop, or continue searching and try to find a similar shot.
Posted: Thu, 30th Nov 2006, 6:22am

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Axeman

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I think he means with the lava spurting, like actually spurting by means of animation, as opposed to the stillframe lava in the pic.
Posted: Fri, 1st Dec 2006, 1:05am

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crazymonkey01

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Axeman wrote:

I think he means with the lava spurting, like actually spurting by means of animation, as opposed to the stillframe lava in the pic.
In that case I would imagine the particle engine would be your best bet.
Posted: Wed, 6th Dec 2006, 7:49pm

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DavidLittlefield

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You should register your products
Posted: Tue, 19th Dec 2006, 3:28am

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King of Blades

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You'd most likely need to get a fully animated shot of that set... I'm not sure that EffectsLab or CompositeLab could create a fully animated version of the lava.... Sorry...