Animations from Youtube

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Re: Animations from Youtube

Post by marcel » 03 Mar 2011, 18:45

The final version with music. (Never really finished for me but enought to show it. i need to do other thing now). :)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6_MlywoBE4
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Re: Animations from Youtube

Post by Wigand » 10 Mar 2011, 20:21

One word: Great!


How did you make the dust and clouds?

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Post by marcel » 10 Mar 2011, 21:39

Dust, clouds, electricity,... most are made with Particle illusion. A software for special effect.
Some clouds are a mix with photo, video (made with my cam) and 3d. I use different layer (plane on trueSpace with alpha mask and animated texture with my video) to create the background and add at the end a new layer of particle illusion over the 3d rendering.

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Re: Animations from Youtube

Post by 3dfrog » 18 Mar 2011, 12:38

Wow, this is superb work Marcel. Highly impressed. I am pretty sure I saw the first bot a long time ago, but I never saw these other ones and I am blown away. You definitely raise the bar, I am inspired :) I gotta get browsing through these forums more. Congratulations on success on all your hard work.

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Re: Animations from Youtube

Post by Breech Block » 23 Mar 2011, 17:10

A truly inspiring piece of work. The quality of the VFX and rendering in general is highly impressive; even more so when you realize the majority of the work was undertaken using tS. As for understanding the subtleties and complexities of the story, I think I will have to watch it a few more times before I grasp them. The trouble is, every time I watch it, I keep getting blown away by the visuals and end up just staring into all the corners of the screen soaking up all the great detail and trying to figure out how most of it was achieved. Guess I'll just have to watch it all over again. :D

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Re: Animations from Youtube

Post by marcel » 23 Mar 2011, 19:21

Thank Breech! I loved the atmosphere of old games Mist. explore details, go back and look at a landscape. My movie is as a dream with the possibility of interpreting different story. Just for fun.

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