The hero shot: Using stock video footage to add character


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The hero shot: Using stock video footage to add character

The hero shot is coming together. The next thing we'd like to do is to add some water elements that are going to get us out of the thrashing shark transition that leads into the shot. The bubbles that we're going to add on top of this shark are going to help blend the thrashing shark transition into this shot in a very seamless way, and also give the camera move the feeling that it was dropped into the water. So, I'm going to add in some water elements to start off with and let's go to the Project window and close-up these guys here, and in the Audio and Video folder I'm going to open up Water Footage.

And let's start off by adding in the tiny_bubbles_iStock. movie. And tiny_bubbles_iStock is going to sit on top of all of the elements, kind of just add that general sense of motion, just like we had in Shot 1. So, let's set that blending mode to Overlay, and then adjust the Opacity way down. Let's call it about 10%, there we go. And so that just sits on top ...

The hero shot: Using stock video footage to add character
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The hero shot: Using stock video footage to add character provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Rob Garrott as part of the CINEMA 4D: Designing a Promo

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3D + Animation Video
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CINEMA 4D
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