Adding Tension by Animating Power Windows: The Spaceship Sequence

Adding Tension by Animating Power Windows: The Spaceship Sequence

December 6, 2013

We're going to use DaVinci Resolve key frames with animating Power Windows—dialing up the tension and creating the feeling of alien ships flying over head.


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Adding Tension by Animating Power Windows

Lets dig deeper in our fake film trailer! We’re going to start building the mood of our trailer by using DaVinci Resolve’s power windows to create the feeling of alien ships flying over head.

This is such a simple technique but shows how adding elements of story doesn’t have to be super complicated! The key to pulling this off:

  • Using multiple masks to add dimension to the shadows we’re creating.

Check out the video to find out more!

-Dan

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      Hey Dan, thanks for the tutorial. I have a question, i’ve noticed that you inserted your LUT at the end of all your nodes. So do you start with the LUT and work backwards?

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