Zero Hour: End of the World? (Greenlit)

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  • #399674
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    Ben David
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    “Hazzat” wrote: Your wish is my command.

    (Jump to 5:40 to see a faceless person.)

    Thanks.. When was that episode punlished?(what year?)

    #399680
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    Wikipedia says that it was originally broadcast on the 27th of May 2006. I was thinking that the TV face sucking could provide inspiration for how we’re going to do it. Adobe Premiere has an ‘Electricity’ effect, which looks awfully similar to what they used in Doctor Who, so I could do that bit.

    #399684
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    Ben David
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    “Hazzat” wrote: it was originally broadcast on the 27th of May 2006.

    ’06??? Realy? Because that effect looks realy low tech, like it was made in the 80’s.

    “Hazzat” wrote: so I could do that bit.

    Why do effects? Why don’t we just put heads with faces backwards?

    #399685
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    Hazzat
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    I mean the effect for when their face is being sucked in to the TV. After that, you just reverse the head.

    #399691
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    Ben David
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    “Hazzat” wrote: I mean the effect for when their face is being sucked in to the TV. After that, you just reverse the head.

    Ah ha, in that case do something like a vortex (shaped like a cone) coming out of the TV sucking the person’s face off.

    #399702
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    Faceless zombies! Here’s a test: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqMq3NAql3Q

    #399717
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    Hazzat
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    Ooh, nice. Now we need to work on a zombie walk.

    I made a zombie clip a while ago. To give the ‘lurching’ look, I took about four frames of the zombie lifting its leg, then in the next frame it would be down on the next stud, with the body bent over. Then in the next four frames it would straighten up and lift its leg and repeat the process. I can’t get a link to the clip right now, but I might make a zombie walk tutorial…

    #399727
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    Zombie walk? No problem: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCcXtE6qIP4
    Read the description for more details about it.

    #399730
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    Wow. That’s incredible! It doesn’t look like lurching much, but it’s great!

    #399896
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    bmwp
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    Wow. That’s incredible! It doesn’t look like lurching much, but it’s great!

    Really? Thanks! For those who didn’t read the description, one step took roughly 20 fps. Yikes. It’s really hard to animate just two walking on a sidewalk, because it is highly likely that you’ll either miss a few frames, or knock one of them over. I just scored a major deal; I found a bunch of road baseplates hiding in my basement (Note: I checked ’em on Peeron.com, they are from THE 80s.) So maybe I’ll animate only one on the sidewalk and a few on the road.

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