Thanks for all the opinions. A lot of people like the first one, I see. I guess that is because of the depth of color I have. I will keep that in mind for the film.
Rivvm m wrote:
One thing you might want to watch for is lens flare. (Helios I presume?) There is a bit of flare right above the window which looks somewhat odd considering that the sun is outdoors and the flare is indoors.
Yes, the Helios is prone to many lens flares. I added a celing to the set, but I suppose it wasn't tall enough. I did notice the flare as I was capturing, and thought it was kind of cool, but you're right, it's not correct at all. I'll be sure to watch out for that stuff in filming.
Not a big fan of light shining between seams of the bricks. In my most recent brickfilm I cut pieces of black wrap and taped them to the other side of the wall to avoid this.
Yeah, I didn't really like that either. I tried adding some construction paper (all I had was red paper, so I went with it) on the back for this shot, but it didn't work, obviously. I'll definitely have to get some black paper or something similar.
Now for the update.
I am slowly receiving all of the voices for my film. I am very excited to begin filming. I should be doing some animation tests before hand though, just to practice up on my technique. Yesterday, I built a castle hallway set. It's kind of dull right now, I'll need to add some banners, armor, chests, etc to make it more interesting. But for the time being, I added some dramatic lighting to test it out. How do you like it?
Corridor 1 by rioforce, on Flickr
Corridor 2 by rioforce, on Flickr
Corridor 3 by rioforce, on Flickr
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