Avatar marked a ground-breaking moment in the development of 3D filmmaking.
It’s three years since audiences around the world swarmed into cinemas to see James Cameron’s Avatar. It rapidly became the biggest grossing film of all time, in part because of its ground-breaking digital 3D technology.
In our group are 4 members: me, Shkelzen Kernaja (Artistic Director/Visual Effects), Caroline Orme (Director), Catherine Lui (DP/Visual Effects), Diepiri MacPepple-Jaja (Producer). We chose to create a 3D Stereoscopic titling for one of our members film the Jurassic Coast Project, which is a 3 D Stereoscopic film of the Jurassic Coast presented by Artist and Lecturer Jeremy Gardner which is in Post Production with Caroline Orme our Director.
My task was to create titling for Jurassic Coast Project “Pave the Way”.
This is A screen shot of the footage that caroline shot with her crew which the doing a documentary for Jeremy Gardiner which is going to have exhibition.
A storyboard was created by Caroline to help me to create the animation “Pave the Way”
Then talking to ‘Caroline Orme – The Director/Editor’ she wanted to add texture texture of the titles needed to resemble the stone found on the Jurassic Coast.
jpeg Photos of stone from quarry (e.g. Purbeck, Limestone and Purbeck stone) was sent to me to be used for compositing onto the 3D titles “Pave the Way’.
This are some screen shot of “Pave” in 3D program of Cinema 4D.
I also had to use and learn some 3d stereoscopy which it was given in the end to Caroline,
the image belo is in 3d stereoscopy in ‘red and blue’
I have render all the final videos in Alpha channel which i gave to Caroline, then film can then be edited using Mystica, After Effects or Nuke.
screen shot “pave”