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Challenge #3: Red and Moving

The third anim8or challenge: Red and Moving!

The challenge is to make a short animation with a  minimum of 5 and maximum of 30 seconds.
What kind of animation, you say? That's all up to you!

Just some small rules which you have to follow:

* Your main object in your animation must be red. So a red material or a red texture.
* The red object can be anything: a ball, your grandma or something never seen before. Use your imagination!
* The red object must be on screen a majority of the time.
* Intro's or credits do not count in the video length. Only the animation counts.

Ok! Go ahead a create something red and animate it. Be creative. Use your imagination!

You don't know how to make an animation? Then is this a good challenge for you to learn!
Try reading through the scene section of the manual:
It will explain the basics of animating in anim8or.

Have fun, keep in mind the challenge rules and post your progress, c&c, and/or final renders in this topic.

Deadline: 2 weeks (May 7th)

NEW DEADLINE: May 14th!!

What will be judged:
This challenge will have a public poll. Vote for the best animation, which followed the rules.
If you animation doesn't follow the rules it cannot be judged!

Cool idea Floyd!

I have to find some time for this one!

3D Joe Wiltshire:
hmm.... I have some ideas for this...
Can anyone give me a good scale for fps?
At the moment I have trouble getting even the longest of my videos up to more than 7 seconds.
Currently on 24 fps

24fps is a pretty good frame rate, although 30 (29,97) fps is getting the standard.

3D Joe Wiltshire:  What is the cause of the 7 seconds limit at 24 fps (168 frames)?  You should be able to animate with many more frames than that.  I have run animation renders exceeding 1000 frames at 720x576dpi and 24fps (DVD PAL standard) on a pretty ordinary platform.  Anyway, if you are facing a limitation that cannot be avoided one workaround would be to create 2 or 3 short scenes and edit them together in a video editor.


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