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04-21-2010, 09:28 AM
The sceneries made for flash website. Drawn from scratch using matte painting techniques and collage. Also 2.5D animation was realized for the images.
"air" with 3D objects:
Note: on site, after clicking on the target, camera will fly to the object through these environments.
Here is short 12 frames long videos:
water – http://darts-design.com/portfolio/matte-painting-4elements/water_flight.mov
air – http://darts-design.com/portfolio/matte-painting-4elements/air_flight.mov
fire – http://darts-design.com/portfolio/matte-painting-4elements/fire_flight.mov
ground – http://darts-design.com/portfolio/matte-painting-4elements/ground_flight.mov
I think you need to get the 3D elements to blend better with the rest of the image. They stick out in a pretty obvious manner. Also, there is some serious work to be done on the final screens of those animations if there's even half a chance someone might be able to stop them on their screen.
But interesting take on a website design. If the rest is of same style and you get these points solved, it will be awesome.
04-21-2010, 12:46 PM
Thanks, Joat, for comment. I think you're right.
Concerning video injections, user won't have a chance to see the videos on pause.
And if you're really intersted in the site. Here it is: http://darts-design.com/des/samogon/test/
But the work is still in progress, so there are bugs and unfinished pages.
Now, that site looked awesome!
I see you've been taking AE tutorials from video copilot. =)
The iteriors are superb, and the animations work well enough on the actual context. Shame I don't read cyrillic text, but I think I got the idea generally. Your cliens should be happy with it.
Still, my point about the 3d elements is something you could do to make it even better. It doesn't bother so much in there, since the whole feel is similar...
Cool work. Wish my clients would pay me enough to do something alike.
04-21-2010, 03:29 PM
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