wanted to see it move. and rain =]
also changed a few things to suit my taste. most notably removed the current weather icon from the 'window'.. theres no icon when you look out the window heh
3 months ago
Wow! This is actually so nice, please make this a reality
Congrats to Dash for hiring you. Excellent work!
btw, nice #reflection ;)
@Sean Geraghty Good idea if only I had the time =]
@emilie badin lol thanks. We've worked together for a while and its been great since the get-go.
next time i might as well also attach a .mov... didnt think about that this time.
Dude, sick! Well done. =)
Niiiiice! Great rebound!
Turned out rad! Good Job!
mind blowing.. love ur animation!
by Chris Slowik
Figured I'd toss up a freebie. The presentation template i used for that weather shot.
After effects file is attached. It's not pretty but its a good starting point! All you have to do is drop in your mov or screenshot
3 months ago
Nice reflection in the mug!
Gotta ask, how is this currently implemented? Is this just an animation with mockup assets like in cinema4d/AfterEffects/etc and then crammed into the presentation template? I've been debating doing some visual effects like this using canvas and other native tech but I'm not sure where to start.
yea i made the 640x1136 .mov file in after effects, using psd/vector assets. animated with keyframes and expressions. basically made the psd, organized it for ease of use in ae and then imported it and animated.
then, made the render of the iphone in c4d and set up the after effects template. with the template, no c4d/3d is necessary, just the interface design or animation.
as far as native tech is concerned... learning quartz composer right now to try and do stuff like this legit in ios. would be nice to be able to actually create interactive concepts
This is absolutely beautiful!
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