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Old 08-03-2003, 03:09 AM   #91
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That is fantastic!!!!
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Kick @$$ KB cant wait for more=)
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Old 08-03-2003, 03:32 AM   #93
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BTW, yes i meant barnacles .. sorry for my kindergardenish spelling .
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Old 08-03-2003, 04:02 AM   #94
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Wow... This is turning out great. This will be fun to watch animated. Maybe you'll consider making a tutorial??? There are enough car tutorials, we don't have enough boat tuts. Give it thought. =]

Keep up the good work!
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very very nice work...I love the nice lighting (not to mention very realistic feel to the whole thing)!...I have kind of an abstract question K...what video card are you using?
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Phew. this thread really packs a punch.

Kman, excellent model! I congratulate you.
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Bringing this thread alive again. Started animating with a light version of the ship. What do you think about the ship and camera motion?
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That is sweet man. Keep it up. I love the realism.
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Ahh dude your putting us to shame now mate... great job...
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this is looking so great
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oh about the camera ,i think its a tad static
play with it a bit ,maybe when the big wave comes get
some extreme view and really push it..
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very nice....
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LOVE the motion m8!

I can see the dynamics and particle animation in my head as it plays!

Great job dude!
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WOW!!! the motion is fantastic!

the whole scene is looking amazing! the only thing I saw was the intersection between the sea and the boat at the end where the side of the hull gies under the waves (but I guess that can be covered by sea spray etc etc)

great stuff truly inspiring!


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Whoa, I remember this! Already the top thread again! In any case, this animation is awesome... keep up the great work! You have to show us this when its fully rendered out .
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