Well, while the Rock was blabbin on about sumthin tonight, I animated a very short one sided match between HHH and RVD. It is 14 sec long and compressed .avi w/ DivX. It isnt all that great, just something I wanted to do real quick.
http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/smash … andrvd.avi
Oh, and Windforce, save your breath. I really don’t care what you have to say. Please quit poisoning our forums with hateful posts.
Grow up Sotw. You should know better than that.
Review to come soon.
The two wrestlers looked like they were dancing in the start. You could have animated the legs. And get a better cam. That cam looks like it has a cmos chip it it.
Speaking of the camera
One: it does
Two: No, I wont get a new cam.
Have you ever tried animating action fiqures w/o any kind of leg support? This is hard to accomplish. Also, it was just a quick animation. If I had wanted to work hard on it, it wouldve been better. I also noticed it looked like they were dancing in the begining.
strong double sided tape or putty should work. Btw what cam do you use? Most good animations are made with cams with CCD chips
I used an Intel cs110. If I recall, Bluntman used a cs110 when he made the clocktower trilogy. More than likely he used halogen lighting. The cam has the potential, but just requires a little extra to get in there. Plus I dropped in a few times, probably didnt help.
(Dolphin pencam007 for MOTE, CS110 for the next two and no halogen lighting – incandeccant. one overhead swing-arm desklamp)
the clip…. not impressive… though with a careful selection of a piece of dialouge or two, and some warner brothers cartoon sound effects it could be pretty funny.
Man, I was way off. The clip wasnt meant to be impressive. Just one of those spur of the moment things. Took maybe 5 minutes at most. I will probably do more in the future, and I will take more care then. This was kinda a drop meat infront of the lions to see if they bite kinda thing.
get a sunnyvale hope camera. It is good quality although it was mad in the 1990’s
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