Saturday, October 23, 2010

Blomkamp Shots

So, if you want a simple POV shot in real life, reason says to just mount the camera onto whatever you want to shoot. So, you strap the camera on the helmet of an actor or the body of a car and just say action.
However, the process in animation is much more difficult. A simple POV shot requires you to build an entirely new rig from scratch and hope to your diety of choice that it doesn't fall apart in the middle of a shot. That's what we've got right here. Thankfully, the shot came out beautifully as you can see, but it looks even better in motion.

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