Apartment set

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  • #398153
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    Errol
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    Oooh, buy a cheap desktop lamp at IKEA or something! Just one would be hard…

    #398165
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    Sean
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    Here are some pictures of the rigged set, as it is before animating. I managed to find some good lights too!

    #398166
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    Buxton
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    Looking good, and all the best animators use a steel rule for tracking shots 😉

    #398167
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    Sean
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    It’s the most precise one we have :) As a former woodwork student who never got below 98% [/brag] I always use a steel rule when i need an exact measurement.

    #398193
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    MysteryCo.
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    cool set, Im also making a tenement set so that won’t be hard :mrgreen:

    #401446
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    “Buxton” wrote: Looking good, and all the best animators use a steel rule for tracking shots 😉

    How does this steel rule technique work?

    #401452
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    Flatter I guess, plastic and wooden rules seem to be shaped like a wing kinda.

    #401492
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    Sean
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    a steel rule has the advantage of being more accurate (eg, some wooden rulers can be slightly misprinted), it’s flatter, and it’s much more durable.

    #401495
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    Anonymous

    That too.

    #401808
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    “The Doctor” wrote: That actually looks pretty good, but you might want to make the walls higher so the camera doesn’t see it.

    ditto

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