On 21/04/12 19:59, Victor hck wrote:
Hi all !
I have made my first video with Blender.
It's a simple video of 30 seconds, I'm a begginer with the great
Blender, but I want to share with the community
Don't be cruel it's my first step with Blender ;)
Here's the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wO_5eT4xQKI
Made with Blender
Edited with Kdenlive
The link to the music is this: http://www.jamendo.com/es/album/73809
and of course all running under openSUSE!!
Have a lot of fun!!
PS: all reviews are welcome ;)
OK, as a first attempt at blender, impressive,
however a lot of work
needs to be done CG wise to actually be presentable
1. Lighting, there is none in this its just 1 simple point light, you
need some contract and better shaddow, simply turning on ambient
occlusion set to multiply will add a lot
have a look at this link
2. Materials, putting it simply, they are too simple and too dull, no
surface it perfectly flat so give it a very small clouds texture
influencing the normals a very tiny about 0.01 usually works. and give
it some minor colour changes, like a clouds texture really big size,
like 0.8, and give it a slightly lighter green than the material's diffuse
3. Composition. its not really good, to are straying all over the place,
in the camera properties, turn on composition guides(thirds and centre)
just to keep things in place. and please use the compositor to do some
colour curve corrections and some tone mapping and some motion blur as
well. and a little bit of bloom wont hurt ;)
4. animation, its all to slow with no pop or connection with the
elements, 2 elements should not happen at the same time, offset the
animation for 'more than a product" by a little bit and make "we are
" to "we are..." to make the connection more obvious and more readable.
Just because the music is slow in tone doesn’t mean the animation has to
be, so just increase the snappiness to make it more interesting and fun :)
Now don't be discouraged by what I have said, this all comes natural
with time, so keep at it and soon you will be making some really nice
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