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Old 29-01-2003, 03:25 PM   #16
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WOW! the comp looks excellent!!!!! is the shadow cast by the ship missing or is it supposed to be like that? I love the way the camera zooms in!! very very nice!!!!!!
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Well, this was my first shot at it. I have since added a shadow, and created heat distortion, Actually, I am not even using that scene any more, now it flies dirrectly under the arch, and lands on the lawn infron of the arch durring around sunset, with a lense flare from the sun and stuff.. Can't wait to get everything together, and hopefully Web hosting will be ready here by then, and then you can all take a look at it and give me your opinions. THanks again for the replies,
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DUDE!

I love it!

Yeah, I've always wondered how folks get the Maya cam to "zoom" like that?

Do you just key the focal length?

Just wondering.....

Great tracking work also man!
What did you personally use for that?

Thanks!
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Wow, I really like it!

Did you do the whole thing in photoshop or was any compositing software used?

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Thanks! The animation composite is done in AE and The still image is done in Photoshop.
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