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Old 01-22-2008   #1
danijelin
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Default Roulette animation

Hi, first of all I'm glad to join this forum hope you are too
I have just started in 3D field, so comments are more than welcome
These is a still image from my recent animation

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Old 01-22-2008   #2
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nice work.

this is only my opinion so take or leave it.
the black and red squares with the numbers look abit like there floating above,
and not attached to the board.
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Old 01-22-2008   #3
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i have also noticed that some parts appears to float above surface
Anyway this is complete commercial
http://www.3d-sunfield.net/magicpyramid.wmv
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Old 01-23-2008   #4
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in the commercial i dont notice the "floating parts", it looks good.
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Old 01-23-2008   #5
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Thanks, that's true in animation it is Ok, but in some still images looks like, I think it's because reflections on the ring around numbers
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Old 01-24-2008   #6
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Default The roulette animation

Hi!

I think that the picture's nice and the squares look not attached to the board, too. But the commercial is wonderful: both camera's path and compositing are very nice and the roulette seems real! Good work!!

Which programs did you use for the roulette's model and animation? Which for the compositing of the movie?

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Old 02-09-2008   #7
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Smile nice one

Quote:
Originally Posted by danijelin View Post
Hi, first of all I'm glad to join this forum hope you are too
I have just started in 3D field, so comments are more than welcome
These is a still image from my recent animation

Hello dani,
I am looking in using a small sequence of a roulette spinning (camera stable - same angle as in your still) for online use and your animation has the fill I am looking to use! I don't have a high budget for this job but maybe we could come to an arrangement. Are you interested?
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Old 11-14-2008   #8
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Nice animation picture
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