Description:Hi! I make educational explainer videos. For theses videos I want to make a snap cam filter with my logo. The goal is to have the logo with the filter mapped as a mask onto my face, so it looks like the logo is making the explanations.
Here is an example of one of my explainer videos, made with another snap filter:
In order to achieve this, first a 3D version of the logo has to be created and the as a second step you would need to map that 3D model in snap cam filter. Attached you find the logo.
Wants:- Create a stunning 3D version of the logo
- Make this logo become alive and interactive in a snap filter
- Have the logo mapped onto the face of the snap cam user
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