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Old 05-12-2002, 01:41 PM   #16
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Hey guys, Well, I have been quite busy lately, Working on the Atst Animation, ET animation, Republican Gunship Animation, and then I still have to worry about a full time job, full time school (finals), and of corse my wonderful GF. So I am having trouble managing my time lately. Not enough hours in a day. But Most of the animation and camera tracking is complete for all of those animations, now I have to worry about rendering and compositing, the easy stuff. I will keep you posted, I think I might just put all three along with some work stuff into a demo reel, not to long, just about 2 min. Maybe you wouldn't mind hosting if for me just for a little while so that these guys could take a look?
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Trying to get my demo reel done, and I have been spending alot of time on my jeep, but I decided to do some work on the textures on The Gunship, color, specular, bump, the ship has som major differences compared to the movie, I am not trying to get it to look identical to the movie, but Just more beliveable in video footage, I would like to know your opinions, Thanks,
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