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Ian Ross has just released a book on Anim8or. It's perect for a beginner and a good reference for experienced users. It contains detailed chapters on every aspect, with many examples. Get your own copy here: "Anim8or Tutorial Book"

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Author Topic: Hello Everyone :)  (Read 15776 times)


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Re: Hello Everyone :)
« Reply #15 on: July 17, 2013, 03:55:44 pm »

I changed a little idea. I wanted to use as many 3D objects, but it is terribly time consuming. I've done seven scenes but I'm stuck. I have no ideas for further backgrounds. Maybe you have any idea what I can change it to make it look better?


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Re: Hello Everyone :)
« Reply #16 on: July 18, 2013, 01:45:22 pm »

very very cool!!!  :) ;D  8)


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Re: Hello Everyone :)
« Reply #17 on: July 21, 2013, 08:14:48 am »

I agree with Blick Fang - very nice renders on this video. As you're looking for more in-depth critique I'll post my ideas that came to my mind after watching your vid.

- very fast panning when showcasing the car - I wish I'd have a longer while to appreciate the modelling/shape and the reflections
- better studio lighting and maybe show more environment  - putting some concrete textures onto the walls and floor and fluorescent lamps at the ceiling might be sufficient and would exchange that strong gloom of white highlights with some stronger and nicer reflections  of garage
this tutorial is good:
and this one is great:
and here are a threads about rendering cars or about environment maps in general in Anim8or: , ,
- I see that you're using compositing software you might have a fun (and beside the fun just a quicker rendertimes from rendering the separate passes) if you wished to make some interesting carpaint materials during the composition
- the first street scene looks great to me, but on the second one the background is imho too much blurred vertically to look like a speed lines

Anyway I envy your car modelling skills ;)
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