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    Default How did they do this?

    Does anybody know and care to explain how to create something like that cool 'silhouette' stuff you see in this short piece of film?

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    Thanks in advance.

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    Easy enough I reckon.

    Film your people in front of a green or blue screen.
    Key out the background.
    Convert everything left to black
    Composit over your background video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Mills View Post
    Easy enough I reckon.

    Film your people in front of a green or blue screen.
    Key out the background.
    Convert everything left to black
    Composit over your background video.
    Thought something like that, but you have to green screen a lot of times in order to get this, right? And I was also wondering about the trees and stuff you see in the film, maybe those are just some kind of shapes taken from a preset?

    Thanks for the info so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snaak View Post
    Thought something like that, but you have to green screen a lot of times in order to get this, right? And I was also wondering about the trees and stuff you see in the film, maybe those are just some kind of shapes taken from a preset?

    Thanks for the info so far.
    What you need to remember here is that the clip you are looking at is an exercise in compositing and not shot as it was so anyway you can conceive of getting the sillhouetes to composit must be the right way eh?

    not difficult but not a ten minute setup either.

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    That thing has a LOT of 3d layers, depth of field, camera motion, 3d particles, etc. The silhouette is the easy part. Green screen, mask, black, feather it, assign 3d position.

    Cool animation.

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