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Old 31-10-2002, 02:33 PM   #1
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Please let me know what you think, this is an older version of the animation, I have fixed the lighting by adding a shadow mask that matches the trees. The full leingh animation is about 30 sec long. 4 different camera shots, this is just one camera shot. Thanks,
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Old 31-10-2002, 03:05 PM   #2
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link seems to be down grr..
To many people are trying to download these at once, is there any where else anyone knows where I can put these online? they are only a few Mg (4 or less) each. Thanks, Sorry,
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Hey try this out, going to try and attach it
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hope this works,
http://us.f1.yahoofs.com/users/eefeb...5AVw9ApkaaLzsu
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here is a still shot, aparantly Yahoo sux.
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its down mate, send the file to kevin@acewebdesign.co.uk and I will put it up on our servers for you

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Hello, here is the atst walking thru the woods by my house. Let me know what you think. this is part of a project for school. thanks,
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http://ucsub.colorado.edu/~geddes/video/atst2.avi
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Nice!
lightning is near to perfect , but integration in the video need a little more work,
and maybe a texture who show dust and dirt for the atst make it more realistic.
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Thanks, for the test, I forgot to put on my mask for the light, so it would look like it was shining thru the trees, I have made one, but I forgotabout it when I rendered it. Thanks, The final one should be done next week.
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do you mean a texture on the atst? or like dust (particles) I tried to use particles, but I couldn't make it look right, Made it look alot worse, I fixed the feet though, made them blend in more by blocking the light, so it doesn't stand out as much,
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Oh I just want to say I just *loved* this short avi.

A big inspiration it was.
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Right mate, I have put this on our server for you so you people can have a look at this... I think it is some great work.. so realistic.

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Thanks alot for posting it, no one seems to have any replys. Oh well.... I will let you know when I get the finnished one done to see if you were intersted in posting that for me as well. Some time next week, its going to be about 30 sec. long. Thanks for all of your help,
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