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pookie_old
11-16-2005, 09:31 PM
.http://members.shaw.ca/kg.brown/done1.jpg

khmuse
11-16-2005, 10:28 PM
The sky replacement is cool, but what really caught my eye was the removal of the line from the one balcony to opposite side of the frame.

Nice work.

Chris Messineo
11-17-2005, 06:21 AM
Forget the wire, he actually got rid of most of the people. :)

Chris

Matt Grunau
11-17-2005, 06:22 AM
Good work. Clone stamp then healing brush I presume?

MattinSTL
11-17-2005, 06:35 AM
I think the picture on the left is better.

Okay seriously... great job... and now I have another pet peeve to post. Tourists that dress like the biggest hoosiers they can and suck the cool out of any otherwise interesting location.

Photoshop was invented for hoosier elimination.

HorseFilms
11-17-2005, 06:38 AM
Photoshop was invented for hoosier elimination.
Fanny pack removal is key.:thumbsup:

Nice work, pookie. You are a PS master.

Luis Caffesse
11-17-2005, 08:10 AM
Bad ass pookie!
Any details you can share on how it was done?

RMI Studios
11-28-2005, 06:54 PM
How would this work in the context of a film, with such rapidly changing frames? Are you supposed to do this to each frame? And if so...how do you make sure you keep the continuity from frame to frame?

c

petelms
11-28-2005, 07:08 PM
Nice work! Keep posting your stuff. :thumbsup:

kai
11-28-2005, 08:03 PM
Lookin good Pook

araujofh
11-29-2005, 03:59 AM
Hey dude,

Have you actually been there? It has been a long time since I've been in Portugal.

Nice picture, and nice work.

RMI Studios
11-30-2005, 04:55 PM
How would this work in the context of a film, with such rapidly changing frames? Are you supposed to do this to each frame? And if so...how do you make sure you keep the continuity from frame to frame?

c

pookie? anyone? is matte painting always supposed to be used as background in composited shots? with composited moving sky and then a greenscreen shot in the foreground? i see how useful it can be to transform your still frames, but how is it usd practically, in the context of a film?

any info would be helpful, thanks :)

c.r.

RMI Studios
11-30-2005, 04:57 PM
great job btw, i can imagine it takes a lot of time to retouch all the removed elements...

:)

c.r.

kai
11-30-2005, 08:52 PM
Matte painting is very valuable in production where it's either physically or financially impractical to get a location to shoot. It's a common thread in compositing, whether background extension, object removal, or creating an entire world.

thisiswells
11-30-2005, 08:56 PM
Photoshop was invented for hoosier elimination.
Gee. :undecided

pookie_old
11-30-2005, 11:25 PM
pookie? anyone? is matte painting always supposed to be used as background in composited shots? with composited moving sky and then a greenscreen shot in the foreground? i see how useful it can be to transform your still frames, but how is it usd practically, in the context of a film?

any info would be helpful, thanks :)

c.r.

Try here.

http://cgw.pennnet.com/Articles/Article_Display.cfm?Section=Articles&Subsection=Display&ARTICLE_ID=186995

RMI Studios
12-01-2005, 04:56 AM
a pookie link! always rife with utility! many thanks..


c.r.

seantree
12-01-2005, 10:21 PM
you can also try vfxtalk or cgchat.com. the forums there are full of peeps that will offer assistance. Also, most of the examples in pookies link can also be found in cinefex magazine. Just a little FYI in case this is something you want to pursue.

Jay Rodriguez
12-05-2005, 06:50 AM
nice job bro... clone tool rocks.

NO CA$H
12-05-2005, 09:52 AM
Thats some nice work Pookie.

What does this Clone tool do exactly?