Artefact six from Rob Antill on Vimeo.
This being the last artefact I wanted to combine all the techniques I have learnt in the past 10 weeks. My first idea was to model a tram and then have it derailing and crashing. I realised this was a little ambitious so I came up with another idea. I wanted to show a concept of what the future may hold in the way of 3D monitors and operating systems.
Artefact Five from Rob Antill on Vimeo.
Netsky – Secret Agent
The penultimate artefact is here! with only one week to go I thought it was time to get artefact 5 and six done!! this time I looked more closely at chroma keying. My original plan was to use the green screen at uni, but I thought it would be more fun to do it all my self. I brought various green things I could experiment with.
Artefact Four from Rob Antill on Vimeo.
So its been a while since I completed Artefact three, been busy completing the client project then the ski trip and lots of other things that have been going on. However its now done! I still feel I could add some more to it but I am quickly running out of time so something is better than nothing at the moment!
Artefact Three from Rob Antill on Vimeo.
Third instalment of a ongoing Uni project looking into the key techniques of compositing. This time I looked at 3D camera tracking aka match moving.
Artefact Two from Rob Antill on Vimeo.
This is the second (of six) mini projects I’ve set myself that involve the key techniques of compositing.
The first Artefact was focusing on layers and how to manipulate sill imagery.
This time I’ve looked at 2D motion tracking and stabilization. I’ve also briefly looked at Keying and masking, but i will go into those in more detail in future projects.