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Old 01-02-2004, 01:35 PM   #16
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Great stuff mike. I love !!!!! the ref pic, pic you have. Its cool how you have them all set out there. nice.
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Thanks, guys. Oh, if you'd like to see my goal for this character, this is what I'm essentially going for: http://www.mtmckinley.net/sweet_tart1.jpg.
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is it just gunna be timelapse? or will there be commentary as well? cos that wud really help
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The modeling will mostly be time-lapse. However, the animation and texturing part will more than likely be real-speed, w/commentary.
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What do'u mean by time-lapse. Is the any commentary on the modelling part.
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there is no commentary on the time lapse... frankly, even if there were, I wouldn't have much to say. It plays at about twice normal speed. When the videos are up, feel free to ask questions if you have any in the VIP forum.

Even so, most of the stuff the time lapse covers is stuff that has been talked about already in previous videos, such as the head modeling tutorial and the rigging tutorial. When it gets to the texturing, they'll be realtime videos for simplyphotoshop and the animation of the character will be realtime for simplymaya.

I know one of the main helps I always remember have been time-lapse examples that artists sometimes display and I hope this one is helpful to you folks as well.
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time-lapses ROCK !!
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Nice, I am excited.
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