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Old 29-01-2010, 04:33 PM   #1
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Small project I have been working on and off on for about a month. I am currently animating everything and trying to set up camera shots. This is a area I know very little about and hope to improve at.
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Some environment wires
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As this is only going to be seen from a distance I did not bother modeling the details and simply added them as the texture map.
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These are how the 1st 3 shots are looking fully rendered.
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This is the 2nd shot.
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And this is the 3rd. I am not sure but I may of gone way to overboard on the depth of field but this is all being done in post so may well be changed. Any thoughts or suggestions appreciated.

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I like it a lot ! waiting for more
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Cheers Cold wave.

Here is the vid so far. I am going to need to do some more work in post to get the lights flickering and what not as it is a bit lifeless at the moment.

http://www.youtube.com/user/leonlaby.../0/8g3O7irUvtA
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dude that looks really pretty!

the running looks a little rigid
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dude simply awesome
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