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Subtle Multiplane Camera

June 15th, 2007

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At Perennial Pictures animation continues on “Crawford’s Classic’s - Cinderella,” and what’s a re-telling of Cinderella without a scene featuring the lead character arriving at the ball and the Prince taking notice? In this scene, we again use a multiplane camera technique to create a subtle, yet slightly 3D effect of the chandeliers passing by.

Another simple, yet effective technique used in the scene was the flipping of Crawford’s animation over, re-coloring it, and letting it serve as a reflection on the floor. Both of these effects and the rest of the eye-candy was created by G. Brian Reynolds. Nice work, Brian.

To see a few seconds of the animation Click here.

To see an over-scan of the animation, Click here.

To see our other post regarding the Multiplane Camera, Click here.

Enjoy!

Russ Harris

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What does this have to do with the m.p. camera? jerks… it doesn’t tell you what it does!

 
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