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Postby sebastian___ » 02.03.2009, 07:16

This project is still going. Since I don't have video updates yet, here are at least some screenshots with some TOD and other tests :

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Postby FiLTHY » 03.03.2009, 06:37

This is simply gorgeous. You have a good feel for cinematography (from what I can tell from the screenshots) ;)
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Postby GTLi » 03.03.2009, 12:36

Originally posted by FiLTHY
This is simply gorgeous. You have a good feel for cinematography (from what I can tell from the screenshots) ;)


+1! :))

EDIT: 666! :D
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Postby Squiggers » 03.03.2009, 12:38

In the words of Darth Vader....

"Impressive."

Beware the clammy hands of Crytek probably coming across to claim you for cutscenes. :tongue:
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Postby alfie » 03.03.2009, 17:08

really nice! :) looking forward seeing more from this
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Postby Tinoow » 03.03.2009, 22:09

Nice! When I look at those screenshots it's like im watching a movie already!
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Postby Puppy » 03.03.2009, 22:32

very nice! :D however the blur on the 3rd pic is a bit too heavy :))
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Postby mackan4762 » 03.03.2009, 22:42

he is hiding that they guy is holding his arms and looking at the girls ass :P xD

nice work as always :P
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Postby Puppy » 03.03.2009, 23:24

Originally posted by mackan4762
he is hiding that they guy is holding his arms and looking at the girls ass :P xD

nice work as always :P


oh yea didnt notice him :D
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Postby b94 » 05.03.2009, 04:38

thats pretty smexy right there
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Postby Fortran » 08.03.2009, 14:52

Fantastic work with this, really hope it makes release. Would love to learn some of your work-flow for myself as it would be incredibly useful for anybody attempting to make cinematic quality cut-scenes. Anyway great stuff sebastian.
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Postby sebastian___ » 10.03.2009, 08:50

Thanks. About the workflow, I don't know what to say. It's nothing special. If anybody has a question I will answer here.

I also use a custom Depth of field and custom motion blur. What that means is I modified the Depth Of Field and Motion Blur file in Crysis - for a better quality.

And I also use a Vignette - That dark round that surrounds the pictures. At first I did that in post processing - after the capture was done. But then I realised I can do that very well inside Sandbox in real time.

Also each camera has a different FOV to simulate how a real shooting is done - using multiple lenses depending of each shot.



Originally posted by Hawkeye|Puppy
very nice! :D however the blur on the 3rd pic is a bit too heavy :))


NO. It's not to heavy at all. In fact in many of my scenes it's too little. For a game level - yes it would be to much . But look - in movies the DOF effect would be far more pronounced. And don't forget that also is dependent of the zoom or type of the lens.

Some pictures from the LOST show

Here - no blur at all - because they used a wide lens :

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Here - tons of blur because they used a 300mm lens or more :

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Postby catman0529 » 10.03.2009, 09:07

looks awesome :Di can;t wait
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Postby Duruk » 10.03.2009, 11:09

fantastic effects on the screenshots.
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Postby michi:be » 10.03.2009, 11:30

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I dont know why but this one of the best light settings ive seen in CE2. the water looks totally realistic.
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