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If this is advanced masking tell me on how to improve nd if not, what is?
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Heh, thanks. It turned out OK. The problem was just that I was very lazy by the time I had to do the effects for that part, having done an incredible amount of matte painting for another scene. (That, plus I was getting neither credit nor money for the film ) Anyway, I'll try to add the final film to the cinema in 4ish weeks. I'm looking forward to see what you guys have to say! (If anyone actually responds, that is...)
Cogz wrote:Nice scene Plainly, looks pretty complex, be cool to see how that turned out animated.
You're welcome! Just remember that if the clone doesn't interact with any of the elements in your scene, it's easier to film against greenscreen. Especially because rotoscoping is, in fact, quite a boring task, which requires listening to music and the occasional alcohol. Oh course, either way, you get a major headache.
FxhomerI'm2Lazy2WriteThe#sProperly wrote:thanks plainly ill try to improve my video using those points and then try some clones walking past each other.