Eames/Babydoll || Otherside by Aislynn

  • "Eames/Babydoll || Otherside" 11-15-2011
    As multiple dream layers bleed into alternate realities, Eames and Babydoll search to find each other once again.
  • Song: Otherside by Red Hot Chili Peppers
    Vidder: Aislynn
    Length: 2:10 (15.2 MB WMV)
    Program: Sony Vegas Movie Studio 6
  • Characters/Ships: Eames, Babydoll

Comments:

  • Im1oftheOceanic6 posted on 03.12. at 08:16
    Cool vid, Aislynn!
  • Aislynn posted on 23.11. at 11:24
    Aw, thank you, Jemma, I appreciate that so much! I'm so glad you liked it! I can't resist a happy ending whenever possible, lol! Thanks again for watching and commenting! ♥!
  • Jemmz posted on 23.11. at 05:18
    Aw, that was such a cool crossover Ais! I love the plot and your manips were awesome! And yay happy ending
  • Brooke posted on 22.11. at 21:27
    Aislynn wrote:
    Brooke wrote:
    Oh it really did feel like a crossover. In fact I am a bit disappointed this isn't a movie.

    I so badly wish I could do that effect you do. It is SO awesome.


    Hee, thanks so much, you have NO idea how happy that makes me to hear that you wish this was a real movie!

    To do that effect, It mainly requires some sort of program like Paintshop (my old standby ) that will let you alter a screencap of the scene you want the character to disappear out of so that you can make a "clean" copy of it without the character in the shot. Not all scenes will work well, if the camera is moving it makes it trickier, though it still can be done -- I did a version of this in my "Heart's A Mess" vid at the 2 minute mark as Loki sits down. Thor is actually sitting right next to him but I managed to mask him out by making a "clean" background shot without him in it and then use the pan/crop tool to slide down my clean shot at the same rate as Loki sits and the camera tracks his movement. That movement on the clean shot helped to hopefully sell the illusion that Loki was alone.

    For this video, I did things a little differently and used the cookie cutter on Babydoll and Eames so that I could blur them out without causing the rest of the scene to blur as well. I thought that made it a more "dreamy" looking way for them to disappear, lol!

    Anyway, if you don't have a program that will let you do the clean background, I'm glad to help you anytime, just send me the scene that you want to have the person disappear from and I can (hopefully ) make you a clean shot still picture image that you can use to make it work. Or I can do the effect and render it and send it back to you that way, whichever you'd prefer!


    Thanks. I never knew how you could do that.

    Unfortunately I don't have the program. But thanks. I might take you up on that sometime.
  • Aislynn posted on 22.11. at 16:37
    Brooke wrote:
    Oh it really did feel like a crossover. In fact I am a bit disappointed this isn't a movie.

    I so badly wish I could do that effect you do. It is SO awesome.


    Hee, thanks so much, you have NO idea how happy that makes me to hear that you wish this was a real movie!

    To do that effect, It mainly requires some sort of program like Paintshop (my old standby ) that will let you alter a screencap of the scene you want the character to disappear out of so that you can make a "clean" copy of it without the character in the shot. Not all scenes will work well, if the camera is moving it makes it trickier, though it still can be done -- I did a version of this in my "Heart's A Mess" vid at the 2 minute mark as Loki sits down. Thor is actually sitting right next to him but I managed to mask him out by making a "clean" background shot without him in it and then use the pan/crop tool to slide down my clean shot at the same rate as Loki sits and the camera tracks his movement. That movement on the clean shot helped to hopefully sell the illusion that Loki was alone.

    For this video, I did things a little differently and used the cookie cutter on Babydoll and Eames so that I could blur them out without causing the rest of the scene to blur as well. I thought that made it a more "dreamy" looking way for them to disappear, lol!

    Anyway, if you don't have a program that will let you do the clean background, I'm glad to help you anytime, just send me the scene that you want to have the person disappear from and I can (hopefully ) make you a clean shot still picture image that you can use to make it work. Or I can do the effect and render it and send it back to you that way, whichever you'd prefer!
  • Brooke posted on 21.11. at 21:41
    Aislynn wrote:
    Thank you so much, Brooke! I'm so glad you liked the disappearing effect, I wanted it to be a little different from what I've done before but that would sort of fit the feel of the vid at the same time. I'm especially thrilled that it felt like a real crossover!

    Thanks again so much for watching and commenting, I really appreciate it!


    Oh it really did feel like a crossover. In fact I am a bit disappointed this isn't a movie.

    I so badly wish I could do that effect you do. It is SO awesome.
  • Aislynn posted on 21.11. at 20:49
    Aw, Nikki, thank you so much for saying that, that was such a nice thing to hear! I'm really glad you enjoyed it, thanks so much for watching and commenting, I really do appreciate it!
  • namaste nikki posted on 21.11. at 19:20
    WOOOWSA that was AMAZING, Ais! You are so so talented....
  • Aislynn posted on 20.11. at 22:44
    Thank you so much, Brooke! I'm so glad you liked the disappearing effect, I wanted it to be a little different from what I've done before but that would sort of fit the feel of the vid at the same time. I'm especially thrilled that it felt like a real crossover!

    Thanks again so much for watching and commenting, I really appreciate it!
  • Brooke posted on 20.11. at 10:12
    I really liked this; it was so intriguing. I really loved how you did the 'disappearing' effect. What an amazing crossover; it felt SO real. Amazing Job!!!!
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