Saturday, 23 October 2010

I have beaten George Lucas!...

...Though I realised that I bodged up poor Yoda and was too far ahead of the history to resolve it :( It also looks terrible zoomed in. It needs to be beared in mind that this was an already existing image so turning it into 3D is a lot harder that having the assests before hand. I was also paying little attention when i was cutting stuff out.

2 comments:

Sam Hayes said...

One frame down, roughly 130,000 to go. I'm hping you're going to convert the whole six movies to 3D.

Jon Stewart said...

Hah Sam. I wonder, you could probably set it up so that the effect works on every frame. In After Effects or something, and then bring the film in and render out with that effect. Though I'm not sure it would work so well, it's one image being made into 3D, the point is you're meant to have a Left and Right image slightly different to one another. Old films don't have that, so the old films being made into 3D makes no sense to me.