This video uses four different color variations of a graphic that I made about ten years ago in CorelDraw. The basis for this graphic is work done by Gene Davis, an American artist from the 1960’s when Op Art was fashionable. LumaFusion enabled me to animate these four still images while retaining their color vibrancy and retinal stimulation.
The animation was achieved by blend/dissolving the four still clips into each other as well as altering their hue with keyframed color transitions and by using the Angles effect. Having the “curtain” come up on the video reminded me of the opening of a Broadway show - a chorus line of dancing color. This reveal was done by using Edge Softness in the Cropping menu and vertical stretching of the image.
I shared with you one variant of the starting graphic which I used for Peyote Sunrise. I’ll attach another variant as a comment to this post.
I hope you can watch this on a really large screen. Invite me over if you have a 60 inch curved display.