Recently I have been looking into Houdini more after briefly having done before, my reason for this is because it has everything that I need in one program ranging from FX to being able to model, that and its use in both the games and movie industry. Since working in Houdini my main “task” has been to… Continue reading Houdini procedural generation. #1 Tree
This our group had a bit of a moment of terror, as when looking throughout planned edit we figured that most of the scene were just fillers which have nothing on apart from color correction, therefore we decided to look through all of the footage again to see what we could put together and what… Continue reading The briefcase update
We are asked to ask a peer about our drawing this is what Charlie had to say about mine. “I like the sense of depth portrayed. I also like the attention to detail, like the dashboard and seat netting. Maybe more constructed lines and a wider range of colors would finalize piece.”
For my group, I personally feel like we don’t really have that much more to do in relative numbers, this is because everyone on the team only has 2-3 effects that they need to do for the project, with the biggest effect being handled by two people. I personally feel like our team communication is quite… Continue reading Imagined worlds team work!
We have been tasked with drawing a scene from music alone, what we will be drawing depends on what we imagine when listening to the song, for this the whole class will be using the same piece of music. I personally imagined a “college” road trip which is commonly found in older movies, for my… Continue reading Painting a scene from music.
In a story, there are five main elements which 99% of movies and books rely on being: Characters: Characters are the individuals that the story is about and is who the reader will love or hate depending on how they are portrayed in the story, the main character is determined by the plot with them developing as… Continue reading The elements of a story
Definitions: Diegetic: Diegetic sound is any sound presented as originating from a source within the film’s world. Diegetic sound can be either on screen or off screen depending on whatever its source is within the frame or outside the frame. Non-Diegetic: Sound whose source is neither visible on the screen nor has been implied to be present in the… Continue reading Diegetic and Non diegetic sounds.