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From Still Panels to Motion, Kill Shakespeare Capstone

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From Still Panels to Motion, Kill Shakespeare Capstone
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Jeremy Eldred
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Kill Shakespeare was created by Anthony Del Col and Conor McCreery
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This presentation will explain the process of creating motion comics from individual comic panels, as well as touch on video effects that were shown in Kill Shakespeare.
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Collected for SUNY Oswego Institutional Repository by the online self-submittal tool. Submitted by Jeremy Eldred. Presentation is a downloadable Powerpoint.

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SUNY Oswego Institutional Repository
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SUNY Oswego Institution
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From Still Panels to Motion, Kill Shakespeare Capstone Jeremy Eldred

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The Main Idea•With the usage of the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, After Effects, Premiere Pro) we created a moving picture show from comic panels shown in Kill Shakespeare.•Each example will be shown as Before and After. Before being how the panel looks in the comic, and after being what I worked on and presented in the show.

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How Each Program Was Used•Photoshop: Created layers from certain pieces that are printed on each panel (Swords, limbs, fire, ect.) Then polished over the images so adding motion doesn’t take away from the original image.•After Effects: Added video effects and motion to several panels. •Premiere Pro: Created video loops and also used for motion when panels did not require video effects as well.

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Example of Added Motion

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Example of Added Motion/Video Effects

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Example of Added Motion/ Video Effects

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Example of Added Motion

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Example of Video Effects

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Example of Video Effects

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Notes•While I did work on several other panels, I was not the sole media editor for them, so they were not included.