Moving shot for story-reel, with framing markers included. Created in Blender by panning the camera across a background plate image. Illustration for my column "Creating a moving story-reel shot with Inkscape and Blender". The background drawing of a "Platz-Cart" train car is derived from a diagram by Glucke@Wikipedia (Wikimedia Commons), licensed CC By-SA 3.0. See the associated article in my column: http://freesoftwaremagazine.com/poster/5
Here's the final result of the pan and zoom background plate shot for use in the story reel for "Lunatics/No Children in Space." Created using Inkscape and Blender. See my column at Free Software Magazine for how it was made: http://fsmsh.com/3477
The train drawing is from a diagram by Glucke@Wikipedia, licensed Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike, Version 3.0 ( http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0), as is the whole clip, which was created by Terry Hancock and may be attributed simply to "Lunatics | http://lunatics.tv" )
There is no sound in this clip.
What do sounds look like? The command-line tool ARSS allows you to convert sound spectrographic images into the sounds that would create them. It's an interesting tool for making unusual sound effects.
This is a lo-fi model of the "Lunar Transportation System"/"Moon Shuttle" to be used in creating storyboards and animatics for the pilot episode of "Lunatics", "No Children in Space".
(The production model will include more detailing and textures. There may also be some minor design alterations)
"Sarah Allison" is the colony's resident geologist, and already one of the most experienced Lunar EVA specialists in the field due to her previous research assignments.
Concept art by Daniel Fu for Lunatics: http://lunatics.tv
License: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike, version 3.0 ( http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0 )
We're starting a Kickstarter campaign to fund the model/design sheets for the characters from character design artist Daniel Fu. The Kickstart will also include technical design work and finishing work on the script for the pilot episode, "No Children In Space".