Hi all,I'm starting out on a new animation using oil paint on glass with the cel-erasure technique. I'm animating a serpent with rainbow colours and wondering if anyone has any experience with…Continue
"Thanks, yes I always use keylight and different coloured key screens, that's not the problem. Ive tested the luma screen option and it kind of works but ill just need to lighten all my rainbow colours significantly."
Although people talk about green screening, it is not essential to use green. I often use blue, as it is close to the colour of the sky anyway. Really all you do is choose a colour that is as far away from the colours of your image as…"
"Thanks so much Simon, yes I was going to green screen it, but then decided to paint it directly over the ink background which will sit under the glass I'm painting onto with oil paint (although this cuts down my options for creating motion for…"
"Are you shooting it against a green screen, and then keying it out? Is that why you are thinking of limiting the colour palette?
You could shoot against a black screen and do a Luma Key, or alternatively pull a track matte from your green screen key…"
Hi all,I'm starting out on a new animation using oil paint on glass with the cel-erasure technique. I'm animating a serpent with rainbow colours and wondering if anyone has any experience with multicoloured stopmotion and green/red/yellow screening. I'm thinking I'll need to limit my colour palette and cancel out green. Otherwise I'm looking at a few After Effects effects trhat I can apply in post for a shifting rainbow effect (on top of a single coloured animated character) but Id really…See More