Mizz Kippi checks her dropship's external cameras - and they suck
Note: Okay I've had it with all of the "Oh this cartoon lacks a plot" reviews. This cartoon wasn't meant to have a plot. It was meant to simulate a cockpit situation where two pilots communicate between their two aircraft in a bombed out city. That's it. It wasn't meant to make anyone laugh either. If you are looking for humor or plot then please don't watch. I was striving for technique - a crappy shaky camera in a futuristic dropship.
This basically was a test of the V-Cam. I used a different filter on a number of different V-cams - on some I changed the focus and the angle and on some I changed other variables. I deem this test a great success. I learned a lot. And this small test demonstrates the versatility of the VCAM. It is in fact the very one that Adam Phillips utilizes in his cartoons - (he in fact makes it available for the public to use free of charge BTW). One thing that I regret was that I didn't test lateral movement and zooming of the v-cam in this. At the moment I created this I was weak in my tweening skills but basically the V-cam strengths lie in its ability to move like a real camera and it is moved by means of tweening. Well I hope any aspiring cartoonists can gleam any shred of understanding from this small test. If you're here just to be blindly entertained however, then I suggest this cartoon is not for you and to kindly just bugger off. :P