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    Hello,

    I did this 3D animation using Blender.... the free opensource 3D program.. I compiled it using Pinnacle Videospin



    Please comment. Thanks

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    Very impressive. Did you create the 3D models yourself? And the background?
    Tim

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    Thanks for the comments.

    Yes, I create the whole animation from scratch, except for some textures..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricky33 View Post
    Thanks for the comments.

    Yes, I create the whole animation from scratch, except for some textures..
    Fantastic job then. Just shows what dedication and patience can achieve without access to all the facilities of a pro studio.
    Tim

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    Great animation, nice models and colours. I downloaded it myself recently but I'm trying to get my head around matchmoving.

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    Thanks for your encourage. Matchmoving is beyond me too ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricky33 View Post
    Thanks for your encourage. Matchmoving is beyond me too ...
    I find anything you guys do with 3D CGI absolutely baffling. Whilst we, the great unwashed, are absolutely staggered by the latest 3D animations, we become accostomed to it within SECONDS. Then it just becomes par for the course.

    How often do you hear (or think) "Yeah, well thet was just done in CGI" and almost shrug it off?

    I think it's a great shame - but it's human nature. Because it's doe with computers, it is somehow devalued, assumed to be easy.

    Those of you who do it (and those of us who have attempted just a little bit of it, know otherwise).

    Hats off to the 3D animators & CGI effects creators!
    Tim

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    wow!
    this is good piece of work...

    very interesting.
    thanks for sharing

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