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Second clip from Letter Home (Read 1091 times)
19th Dec, 2008 at 7:00am

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Here's another WIP clip.

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Again no sound or music. Kind of shows how important those elements are to a video simply by not being there.
 
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Reply #1 - 19th Dec, 2008 at 1:59pm

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Very nice! I'm enjoying following the progress with this project.  Cool
 

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Reply #2 - 19th Dec, 2008 at 3:04pm

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Thanks,

It's encouraging to know.

I was beginning to think I was just talking to myself when it came to making these updates.

The big internal debate at the moment is how much time to spend on adding the figures to the scenes. The last clip that shows the plane taxiing out to take-off looks so empty without people. But adding people doubles the production time. If the camera changes position or rotates then adding figures becomes very tricky. I looked at the price of camera matching software. It's even more than high-end 3d modeling programs.

I had every intention of using that storyboard software you told us about. But since I'm not collaborating with anyone, it seemed to be a bother more than a help. Of course when I get 3/4 of the way through and realize that a scene needs to be added or deleted I'll feel differently.

Again, thanks for letting me know you're looking in.
 
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