Star Destroyer entrance (a la Rogue One), and Kylo Ren’s shuttle flyby. 3D animation was done in Cinema 4D, compositing in After Effects, sound FX editing in Audition, and everything was brought together in Adobe Premiere. Enjoy.
My interpretation of a Star Destroyer exiting light speed. Inspired by the Scarif battle scene in Rogue One. Cinema4D was used to create the animation, and then the output was brought into Adobe Premiere for the addition of sound, and some colour correction.
Inspired by the worm hole in the film Interstellar, …I decided to make my own version in After Effects CC 2014. It’s surprisingly easy to do – it’s just a multitude of layers using the lens and bulge effects. This is how the gravitational lensing is achieved – although it’s not scientifically accurate. The working […]
I’ve been working on this model in parallel with the other Recognizer model. I think I like this one better. I used a lot of reference pictures – especially for the textures. It still needs more work, but it’s almost there.
I have commenced modelling on the upper cock-pit area. I’ve also added a few neon-glow features on the chassis.
I created exhaust guards at the bottom of the legs, and I’ve started shaping the main personnel carrier section.
Updated the main legs with a skeletal neon glow effect.
I have created the inner cut-outs on the main leg supports :)
I’m making it a little different from the 2010 movie.