Tuesday, September 09, 2008

From People to Poses...

6 comments:

yosh64 said...

hey

Just wanted to let ya know that I really liked this and the last video also :).

Also, I was wondering what sorta webcam(s) you use, and how you go about recording and switching between onscreen and offscreen views.

Hmm, well I haven't looked into things myself yet but I thought it would be worth asking as I think you do it very well.

It's just that I was thinking of getting a webcam and teaching or whatever.

cya

David said...

Very educative, once again.

For some stupid reason, I realize I've always tried to stick to my first sketch. So my new motto is going to be: start over before putting too much effort into a sketch. It's just a sketch anyway.

And so far I hadn't really thought I could use a sketch as a reference rather than as a base over which I have to paint. I hate painting over (and even under, layerwise) a sketch. It seems so obvious now that you've said it.

Please, keep saying obvious things for dumb schmucks like me!

yosh64 said...

Just me again...

Hah, gees these latest two videos appeared quickly :). But yea I was refering to the 2 prior videos in my last post, but the same goes for these also, hehe.

yosh64 said...

And me again...

Yea, I'm eager to hear back from ya about what webcam ya use, if it even matters that much that is.

I looked into screen recording software and found quite a few free packages available, I think I will use camstudio if I go ahead with this stuff.

Ye, was hoping to make a video blog called Lets Make a Game and record regular sessions of the making of a little game and such :).

n-pigeon said...

Great videos THX a lot :D !

Mark Chong said...

Yosh64: My current setup involves a bunch of miscellaneous equipment. I have an S-Video input switchbox (just a $10.00 plastic box with clunky buttons on it) to switch between a simple Canon DV camcorder, the S-Video output of my video card, and the S-Video output of a little digital camera that is mounted above my tablet.

The output of the switchbox is routed into an ADVC-100 analog-to-digital converter and is converted into a firewire DV signal for the computer to capture into VirtualDub as a DV AVI.

That's about it...