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kwhitaker
smile.gif Hi all,
Onton the dark elf and William are still captured by the witch. It's still a work in progress, :)No music or sound effects yet. thanks for watching
robcat2075
Suggestion... the characters with dark forms like the witch and cat need something not so dark behind them so we can see what they are doing. They are fading into the background too much here.
TheSpleen
looks like trouble for our hero!
kwhitaker
Thanks for lightung suggestion. robcat
kwhitaker
"looks like trouble for our hero!"


Yes yes biggrin.gif their in deep trouble. Now the trick is to make it so.
Vertexspline
Kwhitaker--
Hey ---nice beginning here......lots of drama already to be seen...I enjoyed watching --thanks for sharing this .
mouseman
I liked how the ears and nose appeared on screen! Nice effects with that transition and the energy coming from her hands!
kwhitaker
Thanks for watching smile.gif Vertexspline
kwhitaker
Hi mouseman, Thanks. It has been a struggle to find a way to have energy coming from the witch, to create the spell. So using video effects, in Adobe elements has helped.
mouseman
QUOTE(kwhitaker @ Nov 11 2011, 08:06 AM) *
Hi mouseman, Thanks. It has been a struggle to find a way to have energy coming from the witch, to create the spell. So using video effects, in Adobe elements has helped.
Aha, I thought you might have used the lightning tricks people have talked about on the forums in the past (some combination of glow and maybe toon render and some other effect I can't remember). But it still looks good ... whatever gets you results!
kwhitaker
" (some combination of glow and maybe toon render and some other effect "

smile.gif That might be someting to explore Thanks mouseman
mouseman
QUOTE(kwhitaker @ Nov 13 2011, 08:39 AM) *
" (some combination of glow and maybe toon render and some other effect "
smile.gif That might be someting to explore Thanks mouseman

I was hoping someone would remember what the trick was. I think the relevant thread might be here. But I repeat, what you did looks really good, too. I personally can't tell one method from the other.
kwhitaker
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It would have been great to see that tutorial. http://www.hash.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=20876.html

But after reading AM forum treads, they seem to be image based, or rendered in line, with glow turned on, I'm going to have to play around with that. But for now, I think using adobe premiere element, effects, is the easiest way for me.

Thanks mouseman
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