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Old 26-10-2004, 10:35 AM   #1
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I have finsihed the 4 week project that was my first animation. The movie is 106MB so probably a bit to big to post

What I can post is some screen shots, comments always welcome.

P.S. Wile E Coyote is a Warner Bros / Chuck Jones creation and this is just my interpretation. Well with that over and done with here are the shots

Scene -- 01 --- Trapped in the cage
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Scene -- 02 -- Looking for tools for his escape
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Scene -- 03 -- Useing his first tools
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Scene -- 05 -- New tool not quite working for him
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Scene -- 06 -- The jackhammer (with Wile E attached) smashes through the bars and dragges him of to the distance, so he does escape .... sort of
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Pretty neat concept. I love Coyote and Road Runner. Only thing I dont like about this project is the lack of scene modeling. Looks pretty cool tho.
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Lack of scene modeling and.... ROAD RUNNER!! where is he?

and all the items should say acme on them, along with coming in giant crates(you should replace the bareel with an acme crate IMO)
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I hear what your saying guys, im working on other things now but I will go back to this project at a later date and sort out some of the issues I would like to change.

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Old 30-10-2004, 05:37 PM   #10
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hey Tim,
The 4 week escape from box is pretty intense huh!!
i like the colour of the whole scene.It definatly could use some background models though. I would love to see the animation cant you put it up on the web somewhere??
Good work mate keep em coming.
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in scene 04 when the camera looks up at him looking down at the barrel it would be cool to put a blazing sun right behind him so that the rays come out just a little.
awesome concept, cool animation
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