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Horror Short 'One shot' invisible edits and Element 3D

PostPosted: 11/9/2017, 12:28 pm
by vfxproductions
Hey everyone, I made this short for halloween edited in after effects. I wanted it to be first person and 'one shot' so there were 16 invisible edits to make it seem like one take. There was also quite a few vfx including the tv, street replacement outside, the doll being pulled and the blood



I also posted a vfx breakdown on my facebook and twitter of the end box shot which was created with Element 3D

Re: Horror Short 'One shot' invisible edits and Element 3D

PostPosted: 11/10/2017, 1:55 am
by Gerry Clark
Wow. You've set the bar pretty high with that one. Great stuff.

Re: Horror Short 'One shot' invisible edits and Element 3D

PostPosted: 11/10/2017, 6:45 am
by vfxproductions
Gerry Clark wrote:Wow. You've set the bar pretty high with that one. Great stuff.


Thanks so much Gerry! :)

Re: Horror Short 'One shot' invisible edits and Element 3D

PostPosted: 12/8/2017, 4:19 am
by prathamesh
nice work!

Re: Horror Short 'One shot' invisible edits and Element 3D

PostPosted: 02/9/2018, 8:31 am
by BDboY
Cool stuff ! I think the blood spattered cam at the end is a bit too much, and a bit "too soon". I think a longer pause once the last clown reveals himself and a more violent axe blow would have been more efficent ;) But that's my opinion, and great job with your invisible cuts ! Only one was obvious to me (when we look out the window), and even if I think your quick pans hide the rest of the cuts, everything blends very well together !

Great job ;)

Re: Horror Short 'One shot' invisible edits and Element 3D

PostPosted: 02/28/2018, 2:03 pm
by vfxproductions
BDboY wrote:Cool stuff ! I think the blood spattered cam at the end is a bit too much, and a bit "too soon". I think a longer pause once the last clown reveals himself and a more violent axe blow would have been more efficent ;) But that's my opinion, and great job with your invisible cuts ! Only one was obvious to me (when we look out the window), and even if I think your quick pans hide the rest of the cuts, everything blends very well together !

Great job ;)


Thanks so much :) Yeah I totally understand about the blood, it is kind of as ludicrous as the plot haha
The look out the window wasn't actually a cut exactly, it cuts on the whip pan after but the street itself was composited into the shot

Re: Horror Short 'One shot' invisible edits and Element 3D

PostPosted: 04/24/2018, 2:02 pm
by BDboY
vfxproductions wrote:The look out the window wasn't actually a cut exactly, it cuts on the whip pan after but the street itself was composited into the shot


Even better ! ^^

Re: Horror Short 'One shot' invisible edits and Element 3D

PostPosted: 08/8/2018, 6:17 pm
by Green_Screener
Very good. Kept me watching through to the end, which most amateur movies fail to do. Nicely edited. :)