Motion Art Update

Some of you may be wondering why I haven’t been uploading motion art lately. There’s no particular reason really, I have just switched my focus to writing more than creating Star Wars art. I have two other blogs that I maintain regularly so that takes up a fair bit of my spare time now. But I have been making motion art which I’m uploading today for everyone to check out.

Nothing fancy, just a few images from Star Wars Battlefront II –

Hello, there

Remember this image I made using this Photoshop tutorial? I decided to animate it and thought it looked pretty nice 🙂

Made by Darkside Creative

And an animation request I received on Pinterest to animate this Grim Reaper image (although it doesn’t really look like a Grim Reaper to me – more like a Death Knight or even a Nazgul as he is holding a sword)

Animated by Darkside Creative

There are a few more pieces but I’ll upload those at a later date. For now, enjoy the art and let me know what you think in the comments!

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5 thoughts on “Motion Art Update

  1. Hello Julie, in one of my earlier attempts at graphic art I did create a Darth Maul image for a friend who wanted a holographic picture of Maul. I used the “three layer VHS video effect” where you make two duplicate layers and colourise one layer cyan and the other red then offset each layer a few pixels horizontally left and right. You then alter the transparency level for the red and blue layers. The finished image looks a bit like this:

    I have also create a banner in GIF format that has a flickering lightsaber blade. That image has a background made from multiple layers of Fractal Patterns arranged to look like crystals.

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    1. That looks pretty good FT – I think you can achieve something close to that effect using photoshop actions which makes it a lot easier. But I enjoy creating things myself because that’s half the fun 🙂 Nice work – you just gave me a really good idea for a monthly blog post 😀

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    2. So FT let me know if it’s okay to use that image of Darth Maul in my post because I want to showcase star wars art from my community of readers 🙂 If you’d rather not that’s perfectly fine also 😀

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      1. Hello there, I have no objections to you using the picture. I just thought you might like to see the image. It was fun doing the blending to get the layers right, and as a youngling of the 80’s I remember old VHS videotapes “ghosting” like this.

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      2. Great stuff! Thank You 🙂 And yes, these days I think they refer to this effect as glitching lol not sure if I like that word but the effect is great on images and edits 🙂

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