Sub Focus vs. 2 Pac, B.I.G., Big L "Rock It/Deadly Combination"
60 days in 23 minutes
For all you tuktuk (rickshaw) fans out there! :) Filmed in India (Bangalore area), January 2008. Videography and title music by Yeltzin. Enjoy! www.yeltzin.com
A short movie about the making of "Ancient Treasure", a new artwork collection available at www.alien-canvas.com.
Unfortunately only 12 hours - only a few cars, no spectators, a real shame... This is not how it should be.
VSR.HU/RACE07.NET WTCC PROMO
Step 1: record the actual shot. If you don't have a gun that actually fires something, you can use an airsoft gun. Step 2: you need an explosion fx to make it look real. You can do it using 3dsmax for example. A 5 frame long explosion is just what you need. This one was created using 2 fire effects (a yellow fireball with a long white flame in the middle) and an omni light which kinda flashes (exposure goes up to 3x then back to normal) for 4 frames right when the explosion happens. Step 3: find the perfect shot sound. I made this one mixing three sounds (shotgun, .45 Colt, simple bomb explosion). Step 4: the "victim" is outside the picture, so to make him appear on the film, we need his crying sounds. You can do it yourself easily. Remember to pan this voice to the right direction. Step 5: the sound of the falling body is easy to produce, I used a door shutting sound this time. Step 6: since the original sound is long gone, you have to create some ambience. Record something that goes with the scene (city sounds with high frequencies cut, because we are indoor). Step 7: the idea of using a blood splatter on the wall just came to me when I finished the film. Used a simple bitmap found on the web. A more sophisticated idea is some blood drips on the camera lens (out of focus), maybe v2.0 will have that too. That's it, this can be done in less than 2 hours. Have fun creating your own realistic gunshots!
Nice chasing action with some contact during a training session (race07.net wtcc championship) in Curitiba, Brazil. Drivers: Krisztian Pinter - Seat Leon FR 2007 Miklos Orosz - Chevrolet Lacetti 2007 Video was created using 3 camera views.
I was just browsing the open servers the other night and found this event using the '87 cars. The race was surprisingly good and fair, and I thought why not share the best moments. I'm driving the No. 5 BMW (finished 4th and 3rd in the two races, 3rd overall) Have fun!
That's what happens if you brake too late in a high speed corner at Le Mans. The speedometer shows exactly 200 km/h when the Porsche hits the wall (the error was made at 260). You can see the outcome in slow motion and from the onboard cam too (with sound). The physics engine works pretty well, the left door is ripped off immediately and the roof gets damaged on the right spot when the car hits the ground rolling over. The onboard crash sounds are just unbelievable!