It's the same video but I made a logo and text for the end that shows up better. There are a couple of tiny anomalies because I was working with the file that already had the logo. I can upload the artwork as a .png if you (frauelein) would like to overlay it on your original footage or I could work from your original footage. Then again, you might think that this looks just fine. (I do.) I want you to be happy with the ending of your awesome bumper!
I just received the TBoTS 3 and was reminded of this cool image, and always thought it would be great on a shirt (although maybe it should go on a hoodie for a winter collection). Anyway, I just wanted to put it out there as an option.
The dot should probably be a flat vector based image, but I left some texture in there for this rough version.
Here's the "semi-final" version of the Short-Film (there is still some color correction to do)!
I fixed the little mistakes, added and changed some background elements, and adapted the end so it matches with the original script.
Thank you so much for your awesome support on my rough cut! :-)
This ZIP contains the materials used for the the little story I uploaded, "Through the Deep" (read here), but prepared with animation in mind. I've added some additional colored versions of grinlines fish, as well as a few more deep sea life from hitRECord. I've included two copies of the last background, one that's just a JPEG, and another in layered PSD format in which I've cut the water from the rest of the background and then cropped the sky from the bottom a bit in case an effect can be added that makes the water appear to move. In one PSD file I made a bunch of frames for the flying water when the fish jumps out...it differs from the splash in the comic, I wanted to try something simpler looking and different...if it can't be used or it doesn't look good in action just let me know if you'd like something else. I've also re-cut a lot of the art that was used more neatly (deep sea fish, ocean floor, and seaweed) to look better for an HD animation). There are also some JPEGs with some rough notes as far as panning some of the backgrounds I've provided. I didn't go crazy with this aspect as 1) it's all fairly self-explanatory, and 2) I don't really want control over this, I made the comic for the community and while I might eventually try my hand at making an animated version, I'd prefer for anyone who wants to use these to put there are own creativity into it. Also, I've made an album with all these resources HERE to make it easier to source everyone's work that was used. Please remember to do this if you make an animation! Rather than go through all my old Recommendations right now, I'll just resource all the newer ones that were added and add the ones resourced in the comic later.
Thought that this framed painting remix may be interesting to put in the apartment of Coady and Dale because it seems symbolic of the episode's theme of The Other Side.
Work in progress.
I'd really love some RE-mix help on this one...
I had this basic idea of a robot that had "A - LEFT - FRONT" on one side of him...and when his parts spun around, it would read "B - RIGHT - BACK" ...yes, a little cheesy I know, but this has no sound efx, no music, no additional text for which theme of BRB it can apply to ...so please feel free to add fun touches to make this the greatest bumper EVER!! :)
(of course laser blasts would be awesome...but maybe even a good squeaky single wheel sound??)