Six Feet Under intro final version
I edited the previous version of the animation by decreasing the glow effect to give character direct light from the moon using the gradient ramp tool. Also, increased the opacity to see what is happening in the scene, as well as the backdrop of the cemetery. The footage was applied to the final edit of the overall animation of the cover version of Billie Eilish's 'Six Feet Under'
Six Feet Under intro version 2
The process behind the video was I used lens blur to soften the glow to make the moonlight reflecting the character less intense when she walks through the cemetery and entered the abandoned house. Also, I darkened the scene to make it more mystifying, and showing the shimmer of the stars more clearly
Six Feet Under dance scene
In this scene this showcases the character finding her sense of peace in the afterlife. The process behind the video was I merged footage of a ballerina dancing in the street in a black and white filter and used the particle effect to give it a euphoric atmosphere and the overlaid bokeh effect continuously give the dreamy effect I was aiming for when creating the final animation
Six Feet Under bedroom scene
In this scene, the character enters her childhood bedroom and witness a version of herself unconscious on the floor. Her spirit gradually starts to fade away towards the afterlife. The process behind the animation was, I used the saber effect to create a strobe light or ghost filter to give an illusion that the sprit of the character starts fading in the distance. Also, I overlaid the filter with a mist effect to enhance the scene and darkened the background of the bedroom to give the fairy lights a soft glow.