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March 15th, 2013 #1Registered User
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3D Equalizer[Macro Chill]
We, the Head2Head team, would like to present our latest video.
It is called ’3D Equalizer [Macro Chill]’.
The 3D Work was done in Cinema4D and the postproduction was done in Adobe After Effects.
We would be grateful if you take a look at our video.
We hope you like the video and have fun watching.
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March 16th, 2013 #3
I really like the aesthetic of what you have, however, essentially you made a video with only one static shot. How many other successful videos can you name with the same description?
So I'm saying you need more than this to be interesting. For example maybe one of the plates drops down and we follow it with the camera and theres like a reverse type world underneath this one. Obviously its going to take a lot more work but if you want someone to watch a 5 minute video, you need more than bouncing hexagons.
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March 19th, 2013 #5
I think the last 3 comments are a bit unfair to be honest. Though I will agree that it is plain The 2 videos posted above are okay But they're definitely just some camera movements with some fractal thing randomizing the 3d object/s. Especially the first one. It was basically just an edit to the animation instead of the song affecting the animation like the Equalizer.
This 3D equalizer may be plain but to me was more enjoyable watching. Because of the chill down tempo and the fact the equalizer actually looked like an Equalizer. My suggestion is to definitely think of adding camera movements.
March 20th, 2013 #6
Yeah, I am with Pete Hidalgo. I liked it. Nice bit of chill.
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