Shadows

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  • #1105
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    Antiggo
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    How can I make shadows in my brickfilms?

    #1106
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    Cometgreen
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    Turn a light on.

    Cometgreen

    #1109
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    T
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    Use lamps with hard shadows and light your figs not from top but from the front and a bit top.

    Turn a light on.

    😆 😆

    #1112
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    Antiggo
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    No, I mean shadows from cgi objects or things that I make in AlamDV

    #1114
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    T
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    You should draw it in to the frame. I mean frame by frame and with the hand.

    Good luck

    #1116
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    Antiggo
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    Frame by frame with hand? 😮 Is there really no other way?

    #1117
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    Cometgreen
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    No, I mean shadows from cgi objects or things that I make in AlamDV

    Lol, yeah, I figured that’s what you meant. You should be more specific next time. 😉

    Frame by frame with hand? Is there really no other way?

    If all you have is AlamDV, then yeah, I think so. I could tell you how to do it with AE, which may actually be applied to AlamDV. I’ll have to think about it…

    When you say CGI objects, do you mean objects you’ve created yourself and rendered out of a 3d package? If you do, I’m sure you can render out a seperate shadow pass in your software. If it’s free objects from the web, then nevermind.

    Cometgreen

    #1122
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    Antiggo
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    I have AE but is it possible to make it there?

    #1123
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    T
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    AE,

    Yeah it’s possible.

    (one advice) There are no things inpossible!! The Sky is the limit.
    You only need put lot of time and be very patient and you’ll get al the results you want.

    #1125
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    Antiggo
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    ok… So if it is possible, then how can I make it in AE?

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