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Old 06-02-2005, 07:09 PM   #1
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Default My first model

It is my first work (.avi) it's encoded on xvid and download it here : http://fastero.free.fr/tag1.avi
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What does the crest represent?
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Old 07-02-2005, 07:11 AM   #3
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Wow thats your first model, combined with your first animation i assume? Very cool . I like the emblem a lot, not a lot of errors or anything. Im not so sure about the camera bopping up and down like that.. but i like the final zoom in at the end. . I'd say add a motion blurr so it looks like its coming faster to the screen but this is probably a done model right?

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ok thanks man , i forgot : i don't know what it represents beacause 2D work doesn't belongs to me , i found it on google by putting : black flames in search bar ... ( sorry for my english > i speak french ) http://www.knightmanproductions.com/...lames%20v2.jpg >>> this is original picture . I hold to say that this image just inspired to me , i didn't want to copy this work ...

I hold has to thank SimplyMaya staff and tutors for theirs tutorials

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great jop and animation too,keep it up
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for a first model its fine. But you shouldn't move the camera about without any point of reference for the viewer to see (e.g. a floor plane) otherwise it just looks like it#'s floating around weirdly.

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Old 09-02-2005, 06:23 PM   #7
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okay thanks for your counsils
see this : http://fastero.free.fr/tag.jpg

or this new model :
http://fastero.free.fr/otpor1.jpg
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Is the second model a foot? Looks very cave like.. hah. Cool

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