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3D Tutorial Compositing: Behind the scenes on Moa by Allan McKay
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Compositing: Behind the scenes on Moa by Allan McKay description

The idea was to have a ball roll down the hill and crash into the rock statue knocking it to pieces like a bowling ball striking down a bowling pin (but this shatters into rocky debris). I wanted this to be a one night project, the effect was simple and I didn’t see why it would take more than a few hours to make.
I worked out that I want the head primarily to be destroyed and I want some of the statue to remain in tact. So I went about painting a headless plate where the head is removed. In photoshop I created the below plate ...


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