Discussion in 'Shoopville' started by blackhat, Feb 20, 2017.
But which one is the beast?
You inspired me to make this.
Oh dear. I made a shoop but it's really NSFW. Oh well here goes.
Spoiler: NSFW! Do not click here is you are offended easily.
I love this thread.
They have mints in Russia called Ronda and this is their commercial.
wow that's actually pretty well blended.
You did a damned good job with the shirt on Ronda. Just wondering why you didn't clone in Edmond's head a little better.
I like that commercial. It would have been better if the guy came down and handed her a mint because he could smell her breath.
It was timed badly coinciding with NGS.
It's been a good one.
BB singing opera. Or at least that's what I tried to do. I posted the cut out too. It's yuuuuge.
That show was so damn good.
Kinda looks like Conor.
Savage but so true. Laughed pretty hard.
Killing it.....both ways.
haha not bad hans
@Empty Emp did you reconstruct "Fine ass" from elements of the original text? That's awesome! I just noticed the first line in your stylized "F" looks like a combination of the original "B" and "T"
Shit I didn't make that. Everyone knows I can't shoop.
Had to do a better Kong.
Did you use a plug-in in After Effects for the lipsync, or did you figure out how to do that with After Effects' built-in tools? I tried messing around with lipsyncing when I first started using After Effects, but never really figured it out.
You guys inspired me to finally start using layer masks.
Yeah. I couldn't find a similar font, and I doubt I would have been able to recreate the textures and gradients anyway.
- F was a combination of the B, E, and the swirl on the T
- I was from the U
- N was enlarged and sharpened from the N in AND
- E was already there
- A was just resized
- S's were recolored from the S in BEAST
I wish I'd thought to make a tutorial for the tutorial thread when I started that shoop. The blending and re-coloring of the faces, removing the "Beauty" text, and reconstructing the font all would have been good material for a tutorial.
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