AIM – Breathing Space

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    randomparrot
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    Very nice film i liked the very short but aesthetically good looking zero gravity scene.

    #400009

    Anonymous

    That was good, did you use Blender’s compositor for that as well Leo?

    #400010

    Squash
    Participant

    Nice. The effects were well done, especially the CGI robot. The story was a bit lacking, but that comes with such a short film. The sets and costume seemed very 2001 inspired. I’m guessing they were?

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    Leonardo812
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    “Squash” wrote: Nice. The effects were well done, especially the CGI robot. The story was a bit lacking, but that comes with such a short film. The sets and costume seemed very 2001 inspired. I’m guessing they were?

    I was inspired by a lot of space brickfilms: The Magic Portal, One: A Space Odyssey, and Sophisticated Space Warriors: Destiny to name a few. Even some Star Wars brickfilms, too.

    “The Doctor” wrote: That was good, did you use Blender’s compositor for that as well Leo?

    I used Blender’s compositor all the time. Any time I had some CG effects, I always used the compositor for adjustments.

    If you’re talking about the particular zero gravity shot where the spaceman is floating around, I used the compositor for the fake shadow. The spaceman was just a still image in front of a greenscreen which I rotated to match the shadow in Blender.

    -Leonardo

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