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Bobby
I made this panorama


and used it as Rotoscope


moved Rotoscope (right to left at 00:00:00 to 00:08:00)
put model moved on the path (left to right)
set camera keyframes to get good perspective (at 00:00:00/00:04:00/00:08:00)
created small ground and constraint > Transtate To model
set Option : Front Projection Target ON / Receive Shadow ON (for shadow)
and Render to Files. (3 Passes)


this is loop action

Paul Forwood
Yep, I've used that technique myself. Very well presented! smile.gif
Rodney
Outstanding! That's a really great project you've got there.
Excellent use of panorama technology

Your setup reminds me of the old classic animation pan shots. smile.gif
robcat2075
A hard pedalin' tyke on a bike! Well done!
largento
Nifty!
Bobby
Thank you,
This is my test 02.

It needs more camera keyframes for proportion and perspective,
A big problem is how to make the shadow on the road hit on the car.
Thank you.
Fuchur
QUOTE(Bobby @ Jan 28 2012, 02:47 AM) *
Thank you,
This is my test 02.

It needs more camera keyframes for proportion and perspective,
A big problem is how to make the shadow on the road hit on the car.
Thank you.


You need to create the street-lamp (very basicly) in 3d. To throw a shadow on the car.
I would use a decal instead of a layer for that. So model a flat-model with the lamp in it, decal it from the frong with a decal (with the image you are now using as a layer) and use it instead of the layer.

Or you just "fake" the shadow. For that you could use another image with a transparent background, and a semi-transparent "shadow" and position it in front of the car.

See you
*Fuchur*
Rodney
Another great test! Too much fun.
Your tests got me thinking about some of the old panarama tools I use to mess with and I see that Hugin was recently updated.
It can be downloaded via: http://hugin.sourceforge.net/

Is your pan background made with one of these digital tools or straight out of your camera?
Walter Baker
Great job, Love it!
Bobby

I used image as a Rotoscope and the car move on the path.
I moved camera to view the car at the same perspective as the Roto at each frame.
(6 keyframes)

I use Kodak EasyShare Mini M200 and Hugin for make panorama.
I will try more thank you.
mouseman
You always have such neat projects! I love seeing them! Well done!
johnl3d
Great Stuff
Simon Edmondson
I am very impressed. Thank you. That is something I would like to try myself...
regards
simon
thejobe
that was neat!
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