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Old 17-04-2010, 06:12 AM   #1
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This is a short animation I did while auditing a directed study (yeah, figure that one) with three other people from CSC at my university.

Check it out

I was the most experienced with Maya going into the class (2 had never touched it before), so that's not saying much, but I was pretty happy with how it all turned out everything considered. There's some errors, but don't look too close.
Hope you like it.

And please no spoilers in the comments
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good job stwert

but what was that thing that fell on the scissor?


my good wishes yo you and your team

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It was a rock that fell on the scissors, ala, rock, paper, scissors :p

Nice animation stwert! that paper got ninja'd good
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didn't he say no spoilers?

i liked it the concept.
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There was no offence meant. I was just curious to know.

I shouldnt have asked.

Extremely sorry.

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No worries man, I was just trying to keep it a surprise for people that watch it, but thanks for all the comments.
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