I wanted to try my first keying scene. I took a photo of the LEGO batmobile and cut it out and saved it as a psd file so it can act as a different layer. As I had not learnt how to do different layers in Adobe Premier I took print screens of each frame I could get from the Batman Animated Series DVD then placed the LEGO batmobile on top of each screen shot. It looked horrible and I left it out. -_-
CAPE test shots
Here is my first try in making custom items for LEGO figures. LEGO capes have always been small and for my video a bit TOO small. So I got a piece of A4 paper and and a pencil then drew an outline of the LEGO cape. Then I moved the LEGO cape and drew around it again until I had a longer Batman Cape. With the glide cape, that was a similar process as well. After it was all cut out, I copied the outline on a second sheet of paper in case the capes broke. (and they did!) The colouring in was just a standard marker pen.
JOKER Insane outfit
First I got a LEGO knight's grey armour then wrapped paper around it, used coloured pencils to draw random marks onto it then used sellotape to stick it together. It's still in one piece till today!
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