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Faking Slow Motion Video with Still Images - 1

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In Part 1 of this video tutorial series Mathew Fuller prepares the still image for motion. Mathew first splits up the image into the necessary layers and then finishes up by painting in the areas left behind.



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Re: Faking Slow Motion Video with Still Images - 1
by Luis Cosme
"Check out part 2" LOL!
It was like "oh darn I forgot I have to go somewhere!" and just like that it was over! LOL! That was so funny!
Anyway, I'll just ahhh wait here in front of my laptop in this old abandoned closet of this old abandoned subway here in new york city somewhere... Hopefully my laptop battery is still good by the time part 2 comes out and if I haven't been rescued then I'll come back and comment on part 2 as well.
Oh by the way, according to google maps it says I'm located at .....
Re: Faking Slow Motion Video with Still Images - 1
by Juan Urquhart
Really liked it, waiting for part 2!

I guess some help of the puppet tool will add even more drama to it...


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