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Wragg

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So, Photomirage.

It adds movement to a still image. It is clearly not possible to make a still picture into a proper movie, but you can add a certain surreal nightmare quality to a nailing scene.

What do people think? Set your video to repeat.
 

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Wragg

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It’s great! I think it could just use a few more interp frames. Smoothing out the motion would go a long way. Are you familiar with cinimagraphs? That would be a great direction to take this in! Super inspirational!!
Yes, my frame rate was too fast...

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I need to make smaller movements between frames
 
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The first new version was by Tree, as an illustration for his story, 'Barb and the Letter' (#4.)
Tree has applied new nails and bloodstains to the figure, and placed her on a new cross, with a cloudscape background and an audience in the foreground.
And, using the same formula, but with different crowds and clouds, this time retaining the original ropes and bloodstains, Tree has just published a new version of this popular Barb crux figure, in his story thread, 'Eulalia's Fall' -

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Nice work, Tree! :D
 

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And, using the same formula, but with different crowds and clouds, this time retaining the original ropes and bloodstains, Tree has just published a new version of this popular Barb crux figure, in his story thread, 'Eulalia's Fall' -

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Nice work, Tree! :D
Recycling is good I am told!
 

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