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Peder Norrby comments: "Exceptional work from John H. King. He seems to use matchmoving to integrate wonderful abstract Trapcode Particular elements into city scenes. One impressive thing is how he works with light so that the sun seems to illuminate and shine through the elements and shadows seem to be cast."
John H. King writes:
"At the very end of all things, like in the first beginning, No one knows
Everything is about to be written.
So, slowly, the vail of illusion fades out.
Thoughts and memories mix up, an immutable dance of time, space, shadow and light, and in the core of vacuity, the invisible world rebirth.
The world that never was."
Teaser for a short movie I'm working on for months now on my personal free time. Still a lot of work to do... Hope to release a Final cut on the fall 2011. After so many hours working on it, just sharing some of the shots! Hope you will like the mood of the "invisible".
Adobe After Effects CS5
5D Mark II
The priceless support from Somepling
Ten thousand cups of Coffee
An amazing piece by German shop Barbecue.
"The Setup are 3 Layers with a 7000*7000 particles wide Form. Every Form instance has also two additional layers in Z. At the end we would tweak the setup a little and let it render for 5000 frames. That took 12-24 hours on a 8 core (16 instance) MacPro. After 4 weeks we had enough footage to pick the best parts and edit the material."
Peder Norrby notes: "This is mind-blowing work by Barbecue. Warning Kids! Don't expect to create stuff like this if you are a newbie at Trapcode, these guys are super pro's. They blow my mind, and I created the software!"
Mattias Peresini (mattrunks.com) has created some amazing presets and tutorials, here are some of them: