Created by the Teresuac collective,
Ghost Are Dancing is a personal project made using Houdini. The team created motion capture of the face with two cameras and the main effect was done in 2D using motion vector and lighting from 3D.
The resulting video is reminiscent of
RGB+D project but with flair of drawings + watercolours by Kynd. Beautiful indeed.
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