So I’ve not done a lot of composition work, I mean I’ve played with ChromaKey once or twice but that is all. I wanted to take a 3D asset, animate it and put it into some footage. So I did just that. Check out the video below and see how I did it after the jump.
I call it a set but what it really is another element to my workshop of wonders, my version of a man cave, my lair. It’s also a set though, I’ve started doing the occasional retro Let’sPlay of older games.
You can catch the first episode here. In this one I’m playing the Super Nintendo and playing some Starwing.
So here’s the final Video intro for some of my work. Complete with audio. I ended up changing the font and shortening the sequence by a couple of seconds. Given my limited amount of practice in AE I think I did rather well. What did you think?
Here is the final version of that video I previewed a couple of posts back. Video is a collection of footage from in game and 3D animated scenes in 3DSMax. Final editing was completed in Adobe Premier. It’s purpose is to promote a new mod the Wolf Pack Clan had created. It was also an effective way to prevent people passing off our work as their own.
Once again I’m playing around in TWI‘s Killing Floor. This time I put together a video in Autodesk 3DSMax and Adobe Premiere as a practice project as I hadn’t done much animating in 3DSMax. I also put together the sound effects for the video.