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Old 28-04-2003, 02:58 PM   #1
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Default Baseball oger Almost finished

Cant find the original thread...But have his moments almost done... than off to the bat and ball... I added some more weight to his movments. still have to add some head, hand movements, but the rest is almost done.... Set should be fun to build...

Finally figured out how to compress better, so its a much bigger playblast. can really see whats going on.

I think its in divx codec
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Old 29-04-2003, 02:06 PM   #2
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Hi there,

Really nice so far!!!

Nice gag!

Questions for you to ponder re his attitude

Is this his last strike or his 'homerunning' first

How much does he weigh

how masculine/feminie is he....(an interesting play on his physical appearance juxtiposed with a world weary cross dressing wimpy dweeb mentality could be funny.

How does he relate to his peers>
Is he pushed from his peers (out of screen off to the right) into frame as if to say go on you..........

If there were wind blowing which way would it be coming from and how much. Would he be effected (I could imagine 2 thirds or the gag being getting to the batting position into the wind, only to be hit in the face by the ball)

I hope this is helpful

Great stuff, looking forward to seeing more


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Old 29-04-2003, 02:55 PM   #3
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very cool mate! really like it

getting better all the time mate
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New file lots a little things added bat falls and the rock is done.. just fixing up the last little bit....


Than off to the set....
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Old 29-04-2003, 03:10 PM   #5
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brillaint mate - funny to

come a long way with this one mate, nice job
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looking good dude!! wish I had time to play

seriously mate ..very nice
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Time to play,, dude this guy is like almost 40 hours of work into him heheheh

Muhahaha..

We all know you just sit around and play website building hehehehe...

j/k

Thanks for the reply mate....
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Started to get the lighting sorted out....

Still have a add a lot on nick naks and details...
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Still playing making sure everything looks right..
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looking very nice kurt!

let me know when its all done and Ill be sure to watch.. nice one dudey
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started to add paint effects...
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Better lighting...
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Hey kurt, this is looking amazing! One thing though that just doesnt work for me is that overhead painting you have on the wood. Like, the red that you have looks like it was edited in paint.. i realise thats kinda the effect you want.. but you want more of a bloodish, spraypainted look right? Anyways, i would just play around with the red, maybe add a dark and a bit lighter red and play with them together. Anyways, its looking great.. and I cant wait to see this animation!
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Well as usual I wont let things be.... and played around with the ligting again as well as adding more crap=).... Have a few more pebbles to add and going to paint some drawing on the wall like cave paintings.
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