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kkamin    5

I have a concept where a model's makeup would change from one state to another. It would have a futuristic feel to it, as if she presses a chip that is embedded in her temple. Anyway, any thoughts on the best way to do this?

 

I'm thinking i would need to model her face exactly and object track her head. I could use the CG head to apply the make-up to and use various blend modes to make it show. Not sure how easily removeable placing tiny markers on her face would be...

 

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Cerbera    1,715

I think that all depends on the sort of transition you want between make-ups. Can you elaborate ?

CBR

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kkamin    5
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  • The image attached is not quite funky enough, but imagine going from this to something else sort of futuristic and bold. The makeup could completely dissolve off then build on, or it could shape shift and hue shift during the transition (e.g. eye shadow shape would morph as color morphs).

     

    Screen Shot 2017-07-16 at 9.17.53 PM.png

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    digitvisions    119

    Hi, Great idea, I would use Ps for the make up layer and Ae for combining , fading and tracking the layers.

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    deck    40

    Stills with moving makeup or video footage ?

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    kkamin    5
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  • 6 hours ago, digitvisions said:

    Hi, Great idea, I would use Ps for the make up layer and Ae for combining , fading and tracking the layers.

    Hi, what is 'Ps'?

     

    This will be video footage.

     

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    Cerbera    1,715
    23 minutes ago, kkamin said:

    Hi, what is 'Ps'?

    Photoshop.

    CBR

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