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BF_Motion
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http://vimeo.com/26462929

Anyone know how the liquid style morph of the first logo is achieved?

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felt_tips
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I’d guess that that’s physically shot, reflected in a flexible mirror, then keyed / contrast upped.

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BF_Motion
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Figured as much. Im wondering if i can do something similar with 3D using glass and refraction settings? or liquids?

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MotionRevolver
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I bet you could pull off something very similar by using the right kind of matte with the Displacement Map effect, and keyframe the horizontal and vertical displacement properties to get it to jump around like that.

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Liquify effect might be able to make something close

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Stormycub
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Polar-coordinates might help too….

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felt_tips
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Best way would be to make a flexi reflective surface in Cinema, if you’re looking for a digital solution. Displacement map is to linear and flat to give the organic look that you’ve got there.

Or use the black plexiglass plug-in… only $13.99

http://www.estreetplastics.com/1_8_x_24_x_24_Black_Plexiglass_Acrylic_Sheet_p/b011252424.htm

http://www.filmtools.com/flexiblemirror.html
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