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    Ok guys i need your expert eyes here to tell me what you think of my last animation i created. If you have seen the movie the bourne supremacy or any other of the films in the series you will remember this effect from the ending credits
    I plan to make a second version soon and i just want any ideas from you guys what i can do to make it better.
    iam not sure how to post videos here so here is a link to my you tube video



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    It's hard to know how to comment on it without knowing it's purpose. It seems fine to me but I don't know anything about animation. Perhaps some music that fits the visuals would be nice.
    Last edited by Midnight Blue; 02-28-2010 at 04:46 PM.

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    I don't care what the point is. It's free for any of us to use however we like as is all the stuff at his site. So I guess the point is up to us

    Free stuff of an acceptable quality (and this looks pretty good to me) is always welcome.

    Many thanks Logan
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimStannard View Post
    Free stuff of an acceptable quality (and this looks pretty good to me) is always welcome.

    Many thanks Logan
    I would certainly echo that. I cannot see how it can be improved. Thanks for sharing.

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    I enjoyed it, and am pleased to have seen it. Very good.

    Quote Originally Posted by Logan Kenesis View Post
    i just want any ideas from you guys what i can do to make it better
    I suspect the answer may depend on what software you are using.

    1) More separate beams (not just duplications of existing beams).
    2) Having beams rotate through other angles (other than 90 degrees).
    3) Shadows being cast onto surfaces.
    4) Beam movement more closely related to the audio.
    5) Different colours for beams (which 'mix' when crossing paths with another beam).

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    Thanks alot guys, i guess iam just a little too picky about the finer details of the stuff i make. But the main thing i was concerned with was since this is stock footage. what kind of other changes could i do to make it fit for other video themes.

    But once again thanks for your input.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimAndrews View Post
    I enjoyed it, and am pleased to have seen it. Very good.



    I suspect the answer may depend on what software you are using.

    1) More separate beams (not just duplications of existing beams).
    2) Having beams rotate through other angles (other than 90 degrees).
    3) Shadows being cast onto surfaces.
    4) Beam movement more closely related to the audio.
    5) Different colours for beams (which 'mix' when crossing paths with another beam).

    Good ideas

    i was thinking the same thing with not duplicating the beams but its was really tedious to do every single one.

    The programs i used was after effects and trapcode particular (plugin)

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    nice! that animation would be rad in a credit sequence, very similar to bourne so great job!

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