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Fire and gun tests

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Uploaded on Jul 20, 2010

Couple of quick tests Grant and I did for his film.

Idea was to plan nothing and see what we could get away with and what we couldn't. (since my AE and comp is getting to the 4 year old mark.. It's really struggling with VFX...

This was all meant to be 1080p HD but my computer's just struggling with it too much and AE keeps freezing up or one of the other many problems I get when working in HD so it's SD.

Getting a Mac soon to help AE along though because my comps on it's last legs here.

The AK muzzle flash is a bit off because it was the first one I did.

The muzzle flashes didn't take that long, the fire on the car took a good few hours.

Started adding in VFX breakdowns to show people how I did it, thought it's more insightful.

Song's Injection - Hans Zimmer (from the mission impossible 2 soundtrack)

Using action essentials 2 from videocopilot.net

Grants film's called The Chnoble effect, it has some good military shooting and we're trying to get ahold of a 50 cal for it.

I'm writing a film called Impasse, it's about a fugitive, that's where the burning car comes in. But I'm thinking about filming that live action and then just enhancing it.. Donno though.. Don't know if I'm willing to spend money on a car just to set it on fire.

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