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Old 04-07-2003, 02:12 AM   #16
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geek stuff: renderman is an API standard not a renderer, you are refering to PRMan (PhotoRealistic Renderman or Prototype Renderman depending on who you talk to )

This wasp is amazing (i still remember the challenge that iyt won in!) absolutley top class!

when can we see the animation?

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Old 04-07-2003, 12:39 PM   #17
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Well, for me is "rendered with Renderman" that it's rendered with the Original: PIXAR's Photorealistic Renderman, shure there's a difference, and Renderman is a API, which uses in most cases RIB-Files for describing a Scene. But the Renderers which use that format have their own names, like Air, Blue Moon Rendering Tools, Entropy aso. ;O)) So I'm sorry for that mistake, but I guess (hope) everybody knew, what I've meant.

Thx for the compliment....and about the animation...well...öhm....started animating a small flight scene (but only to check, if the Motion Blur of Pixars Renderman *g*, is really that fast -> It is..and the quality is also awesome !)

Feel free to try yourself on animating this animal...if you want, I can put it online for everyone who wants to try it...it's a very slim model, really fast to work with it, even in textured mode, it's already rigged, and ready to be animated, as I mentioned before...so, just give me a wink, and it's online
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I would love to make a swarm of them at some point (cause that's what I seem to end up doing recently)
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Whoa, it came out wonderfully! I love the extra details you have added to this model! Top notch work.
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