This is a project i worked on the past 2 months. Since Vue got camera mapping in its arsenal i wanted to try it. There are surely 200 hrs of rendertime in this one... incl the testrenders. While the actual camera mapping pass took roughly 5hrs to finish... the fog pass took up to 20hrs. And that on very very low quality settings. However... i'm not 100% happy with it but i had to stop the work at one point because i could have worked on it forever. So technical and time limitations made me stop. Nonetheless it's a step forward in comparison to my previous tries. And that's what i wanted to achieve.
Thanks to `igy for the background music suggestion. The music is by Sigur Ros and free to use for non-commercial projects.
A more detailed project report as well as a 720p version of the video can be found here: [link]
*Watching in normal mode seems to create some flickering errors in the picture. Please try the HQ mode.
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Vengence is a phone line which rings to those who grieve.
After finding an old book lying in a creek bed, Caitlin is lead to an abandoned building with a mysterious phone ringing inside, it then becomes obvious that the tattered book she found is no ordinary book, but a directory to the dead.
But are the voices on the other line what they seem?
This was filmed for my yr12 VCE media assesment, it took about 4 months all up.