A solar wind mill cinemagraphic! Today I went for a ride with my bike and saw this solar wind device and made a video of it. Hope you like the cinemagraphic result!
Great! I'm back with some artwork. I have more ideas for the future, but today I start with some cinemagraphics! I made this an old photograph using some technics in Photoshop. Hope you like this one.
This started in Photoshop by creating a tyre track. I exported this to a .bmp file. This black and white bitmap I imported into Vue Infinite and start creating the atmosphere. With this powerful piece of software for landscape visualization it maybe seems simple to create terrains and landscapes but it isn't that easy. I spend many hour building this scene. Altough the scene maybe isn't that realistic, I tried to get close. Finding the correct perspective and angle was difficult task. Even though the 'real' curiosity camera has a depth of field (DOF) to infinity, I chose to create a little bit blur.
This artwork I made using my Wacom Intous 4! It's the first painting I made from scratch. Working with the Intous 4 is a great experience. The grip of the pen is good and in combination with Adobe Photoshop the tablet is responding like I expected. The setup for pen pressure is easy. Just hit F5 in Photoshop and choose 'other dynamics'. In this windows set the opacity jitter to 'pen pressure'. Voila!
An experiment after watching the television series of Alcatraz. Modelled in Sketchup and completly rendered in Vue Infinite. I rendered 5 different light settings to create the .gif animation. The animation is made in Photoshop using layers. After the different images where finished rendering I put the images randomly after each other to create this light effect.
The final result is about 5mb.