Just A Wooden Sword
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Posted 24 July 2012 - 05:38 PM
Posted 24 July 2012 - 06:24 PM
Unfortunately, that is the one chors i lost.
Ah, I thought you had recreated that Chor to get this shot.
Sorry to hear that.
I was playing with your sequence in A:M to 'rezoom' the shot and met with a little success so if you aren't wanting to spend the time recreating the Chor it might be worth the effort to work the continuing zoom in post (it might be a real quick edit if you've got After Effects).
I'd hate to see you rebuild the Chor just for that zoom so I'll also offer this:
If you do rebuild... something that would add a nice touch at the very end would be to push the dragon a little lower to the platform and then pull her/him back up again. this and just a little anticipation of the landing displayed in the legs/feet would give the landing (which is the main point of the shot) a sense of completeness. Follow Through and settling in of that main action should really give the landing a nice sense of weight.
My gut feel is that you're going to want to have that Chor at some point in the future (additional renderings etc etc) so as painful as it might be I'll suggest recreating it.
Posted 25 July 2012 - 01:09 PM
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