The Phantom Space Station (Tec Demo)
 
 
Studio: jobi-wan
 
Review Count: 4
Average Rating: 2.75 stars
Genre: Sci-Fi
Length: 0 minutes 33 seconds
 
Posted on: February 14, 2006
 
 
Film Description
Effects like this will be in my upcoming movie The Phantom Space Station a re-make of my space dudes movies.
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P.S. the ship is not the space station
 
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- capemedia

Good try, but try using more frames, maybe 20 or 30 frames, at 5 frames a second it will only be on screen for 4 to 6 seconds. It did feel a little jumpy but good attempt keep it up :)

Odonko, this was produced with "The Movies" get your facts right before commenting.

Posted on February 14, 2006
 
Reviews
- Bob2006

dude

Posted on February 14, 2006
- Zogg

Not bad, but you can do better.
- The flying ship (space station?) is oriented about 30° towards the screen, so it would be better if it approaches during its movement. It's a bit more work but it looks less "cheap".
- When you cut out the image, you left parts of the blue sky behind it - this looks strange.
- The texts are not correctly placed, the "coming march" is not centered and the "the phantom spacestation" is too large. Use backdrop masks to place images correctly on backdrops. (See for ex. my tutorial on The Movies Resource.)

To improve the "ghost" effect I suggest you make the "gost" images monochrome, for exemple blue.


P.S.: The animation seemed a bit jumpy, are you sure you did regular two-frame-slices ? However I know that the video compression sometimes bugs and cretes jumpy flipbook sequences.)

Posted on February 14, 2006
- Mildheadwound

The ship looks transparent, even ~ lame!

Posted on February 14, 2006
- capemedia

Good try, but try using more frames, maybe 20 or 30 frames, at 5 frames a second it will only be on screen for 4 to 6 seconds. It did feel a little jumpy but good attempt keep it up :)

Odonko, this was produced with "The Movies" get your facts right before commenting.

Posted on February 14, 2006