Let’s understand how this was composed:
- On top of the layer hierarchy is an arc-like layer, textured to imitate realistic stone. This layer is masking all the layers below it – making the screens look like they are gates – opening to a background.
- Below that is an Ornamental layer that is pre-rendered to zoom-in endlessly.
- Below that is an OrnaMental layer that is spinning without zooming.
- The last layer is an OrnaMental layer pre-rendered to zoom-in endlessly.
Coloring the 2nd layer in Orange and the 3rd layer in Purple differentiates these layers against the stone-like gates by contrasting them. Leaving the last layer with its original white color creates another contrast from the back of the composition.
To give it all a last stereovision touch, a mirror effect is applied to the whole composition, making it a perfect symmetrical design.
It’s always fun to see someone doing creative use of STVinMotion visuals, we hope this case study will aid & inspire you in doing creative designs yourselves. Send us pics & videos of creative designs you did and inspire others!
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