So, every time I try to greens screen, I have tons of problems with the color of the greenscreen reflecting off the LEGO, creating a hideous effect. I have experimented a lot, and can not figure out how to fix it. So I thought I would ask here.
I have read somewhere that blue screen instead of green screen is best for Brickfilming since there is a lower chance that it would actually be similar to the color of the scene implements (trees, grass, etc). I think you should give blue screen a try.
Here are some tutorials that deal with live subject green screen but the tips translate to stop motion too.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3PZO_lCBkw (go to around the 5 min mark for the green glow problem)
Oh, here’s the article that mentioned it :http://builderbrothersstudios.webs.com/Animation%20Guide.html
Sorry about the late reply. Anyway, I have tried a bluescreen, and it didn’t really help because it has the same problem as the green screen: the LEGO reflects the color. But thanks anyway. I’ll take a look at the article. @Mark I will definately watch the videos. I’ll let you know if they help.
The hardest part is the hugh and reflection due to the Lego’s shine/texture.
Good luck! I’m interested to find out your results and fix for your problem!!!
Keep us posted on how it turns out!
Lighting is the key to the Chroma Key.
I tried again, still using greenscreen, but a better one. I would have tried blue, but all I had was a blue piece of paper, and it always looks bad with it. xD So anyway, I got my lighting set up a bit better, and got my testing thing as far from the greenscreen as I could. (Which sadly wasn’t very far. :P) But it definately looks better. I was also using a different software to do it in, so that might have helped. Anyway, I may post a test to YouTube after I try again tomorrow.
What greenscreen did you use now and before?
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