Re: Minecraft production log
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I have now entered production on my animation! Here is a Pic From scene 1.
I have moved on to scene two! Let me know what you think of this picture.
Yes it was pretty grainy, so I actually decided to edit it and adjusted it a little.
I am nearing the end of production.
Last edited by Raptor Studios (December 22, 2016 (10:25am))
What's Steve up to? Whatever it is, he means business!
Minecraft: The Pig is now complete!
It has been a while since I last animated, and I was thinking I would try to start again by creating a new Minecraft film! I have a rough draft of the script already written, and I am setting up. Here we go!
If I haven't mentioned the progress on my minecraft films, check the main page of this log and at the top you can find my progress and where I am at in the stages of brick filming.
Last edited by Raptor Studios (December 19, 2016 (02:55pm))
I have thoroughly set up the shots in this animation, and I am now taking some tests. Unfortunately, this process is rather slow, as my laptop is only somewhat capable in using my software. I have decided the title. Minecraft: The Karate Pig. What do you think? Please let me know in the comments below.
I took a couple of shots today, and things are starting to speed up a bit.
This is going much better than I had planned. I am really liking how each shot is turning out!
I am now back into it again after THAC! Unfortunately, I had to scrap two shots that added confusion to the plot. I will probably publicly release them soon.
Hello! I use the logitech c920 and I only use two lights, and hopefully I will plan on adding another one for a back light.
Ok. I would definitely recommend getting a third light, and have you considered about getting a camera? I think these two things will definitely help to improve your animations! I should be starting a minecraft series soon as well, and I think yours is great, so keep it up!
I haven't really considered getting a new camera as there are many brick films out there that are really good quality and they use the c920 like this one here made my Mighty Wanderer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTiSRCbTSgE. I think it is mostly user error on my part which makes the quality not so good. I believe my latest minecraft animation I am working on has a much better quality. I really haven't really spent my time getting a back light yet, but I plan to soon as possible.
Last edited by Raptor Studios (January 16, 2017 (11:52am))
Things are going well now since I have completed some of the harder shots. I am now working on the end and then I can hopefully move on to post-production! Post production might be hard though locating Minecraft sound effects. Any ideas where I can look?
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