We’ve been talking about different approaches to building symmetry in our recent posts. I wanted to conclude the discussions by taking a look at a piece I recently put together. We’ll take an overview look at how the above image was constructed in this post.
We’ve discussed building symmetry effects in the last 2 posts using a simple MSG preset. This post shows off a different approach to building symmetry effects using interactive Translate warps.
Today’s post continues the discussion I started yesterday about a moving symmetry effect based on temporal processing of a dancers motion. Yesterday’s post detailed the specifics of how I built a simple MSG preset to create the symmetry effect. Today’s post will take a look at the rest of the processing used to create the…Details
The image above is a frame capture from an animation i’m currently working on for scoring some music provided by Voice of Eye and Thomas Dimuzio. Today’s post will focus on some approaches you can use to generate the symmetry effect seen in the animation frame.
We’ll finish up our recent discussions of kaleidoscopic effects you can create in Studio Artist today by showing how to use a temporal generator to create a self-animating kaleidoscopic animation. The particular approach we will take in this example also creates a self-looping animation sequence. The image above is a single frame capture from the…Details