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24/04/2016 05:58:31

ukBertyMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Rocque wrote:
Should I post questions in this thread? They might not appear for a while...


No hurry.

Maybe start a new thread when you're ready.
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24/04/2016 20:59:48

WabbyMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Do you like slasher movies ? Work in progress... Cool

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24/04/2016 22:26:49

Rocque
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I really do not like them, but at Go!Animate I played this really fun character, Molly, in a series where everyone was ending up dead. I might have been the only one who lived, but can not remember. Oh it was based on Scream. So if you need a voice, let me know.
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13/06/2016 18:17:31

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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Pull up a chair...
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13/06/2016 18:23:43

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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cool looking set! Especially the electric chair!
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13/06/2016 18:35:42

MrDrWho13Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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Oh nice chair. Strange headrest though, can't be very comfortable. Maybe that's why the strap are there, to encourage people to sit in the nice chair. You're doing a kids film right?
On a slightly more serious note, I love the incredible detail you've put into this. The phone, the straps, the pipes/wires going up to that box. Brilliant work as always!
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13/06/2016 19:21:23

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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Thanks, but it's a comfy chair, honest Big Grin Yeah, the straps have been tough to make, then even tougher to warp into a shape that looks half natural. Had to though, the Sketchup ones I had before looked like ass, and ruined the whole vibe. I think the box on the wall is a circuit breaker or something - dunno, I just copied the photos taken on the morning of the execution.
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14/06/2016 03:14:39

Rocque
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ziggy72 wrote:
Thanks, but it's a comfy chair, honest Big Grin Yeah, the straps have been tough to make, then even tougher to warp into a shape that looks half natural. Had to though, the Sketchup ones I had before looked like ass, and ruined the whole vibe. I think the box on the wall is a circuit breaker or something - dunno, I just copied the photos taken on the morning of the execution.


I am not sure what execution you watched, but it reminds me of that Tom Hanks movie, The Green Mile. That one guard even looks like Tom Hanks, well sort of. It is a great set, and I can not wait to see how you create a great comedy with it. Ewwwww.
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14/06/2016 04:59:49

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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Rocque wrote:
ziggy72 wrote:
Thanks, but it's a comfy chair, honest Big Grin Yeah, the straps have been tough to make, then even tougher to warp into a shape that looks half natural. Had to though, the Sketchup ones I had before looked like ass, and ruined the whole vibe. I think the box on the wall is a circuit breaker or something - dunno, I just copied the photos taken on the morning of the execution.


I am not sure what execution you watched, but it reminds me of that Tom Hanks movie, The Green Mile. That one guard even looks like Tom Hanks, well sort of. It is a great set, and I can not wait to see how you create a great comedy with it. Ewwwww.


Ziggy's work in process tells the true story of a serial killer (Ted Bundy), and it's a dark theme, not a comedy by any means.
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14/06/2016 14:44:53

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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I think Rocque was taking the mick, Pat

The set is based on the photo (inset) that was taken on the morning of Ted's execution. The chair is slightly different because of 'making it work with potato heads' reasons. The head cap they used wasn't fixed to the chair in real life, that's a slightly different design of chair also in use at the time.
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14/06/2016 16:37:21

fazz68
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ziggy72 wrote:



Nice mate
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14/06/2016 17:04:34

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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I think Rocque was taking the mick, Pat

No doubt that's true.. but there have been other thread about comedy, and it's easy to get the threads intertwined logically.
(By the way, I'd never heard the term "taking the mick" before. )

Ziggy, you are indeed the master of details! This is a good story for you, because it is full of details from news stories, witness testimony etc.

I'd kind of like to see more of the photos you used to build sets and models... not yet , of course... until we see the movie you wouldn't want to give too much away. But after the fact, it would be a great follow-up documentary "the making of Sam Ammish", with all the behind the scenes and prep work details. Gee, that could keep you busy for another couple of years!
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14/06/2016 19:30:37

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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@ Fazz68 Thanks, it's your kind of prop isn't it

@ PatMarrNC 'Taking the mick' is a pretty standard saying in the UK, but in an international forum like this one regional sayings can cause confusion - I should remember to keep it less regional Big Grin And btw, I've kept all my 'work in progress' shots of my sets as I built them, with a view to making some kind of tutorial to aid others (once I'm finished). I forget how I built the sets sometimes, so it helps me too.
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15/06/2016 04:30:44

Rocque
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I guess I should pay attention to what page the discussion is on before replying. I was too impressed with the scene and had no idea what is was for.

Here is the link to some nice renderings from The Green Mile movie. https://www.behance.net/gallery/4223745/The-Green-Mile-3D-Scene-Rendering



The image above is one of the renderings. Maybe you can see the similarity. However Ziggy's is so close to the picture that it is worthy of awe on his crafting skills.
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15/06/2016 07:06:45

Speedking5
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ziggy72 wrote:
Pull up a chair...

Looks awesome man ! Ive never seen detail like that on Muvizu
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15/06/2016 12:03:36

alquimista
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Hi everyone !
Here´s my first animation test for this short animated film I´m planning to do with Muvizu. (Continuing what I´ve said on another thread here in the forum); Just the basics for now. Later it will be more polished and all that. Consider this like some sort of a trailer.



I´ve been around Muvizu for months on end now, but excepting for another early test of mine some months ago to figure out how muvizu worked; this one now "Planet of no Return" is my first official atempt of creating something with Muvizu.
For now my idea is to try to create a movie using only the standart Muvizu assets to get a general feel of the limitations, (except for my own illustration in the background); so essentially, it´s a test, not only for the animation but to see what I could do with editing, sound atmosphere, etc, etc, etc, you know how it is.

I plan to create a more detailed group of sets and then continue to fully develop my idea into a short animated movie, in between my illustration work. In the future I want to import my own models for sets, etc.
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15/06/2016 14:09:06

Rocque
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This looks great, alquimista. I saw your work on the other thread and your website definitely shows you are a highly talented artist. Your set is very creative and if this is just the beginning for you, we have a lot to look forward to in the future. Thanks for the sneak preview, and let us know if you need help staying motivated.
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15/06/2016 14:51:12

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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alquimista wrote:
Hi everyone !
Here´s my first animation test for this short animated film I´m planning to do with Muvizu. (Continuing what I´ve said on another thread here in the forum); Just the basics for now. Later it will be more polished and all that. Consider this like some sort of a trailer. (snip! )


Based on what I've seen on your personal web site, I am already very impressed... so I'm looking forward to seeing how you apply all that talent to the world of Muvizu! Your trailer looks awesome already!

You may already know (if you've been reading other threads) that the forum is having a series of contests... maybe by the time you have this current project finished it will fit the genre of an upcoming contest

But whether you join in any contests or not, I'm very glad you are on the forum, and I wish you nothing but success in all of your projects!
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15/06/2016 15:00:27

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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Speedking5 wrote:
Looks awesome man ! Ive never seen detail like that on Muvizu



You see a lot of complaining on the forum about what Muvizu CAN'T do... but Guys like Ziggy and UKBerty and Clayster do an amazing job of expanding our understanding of just what it CAN do! In the hands of the right person, there is almost no scene that can't be presented in one way or another...

and, as Ziggy has shown here, the quality and detail can be as good as the user is capable of making it!

Thanks to UrbanLamb for being a pioneer in the realm of using ultra realistic models Muvizu!

I love to see a bunch of smart and creative people in a forum learning from the successes of others!
edited by PatMarrNC on 15/06/2016
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15/06/2016 15:11:35

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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Yup, looks really good. Your backdrop is a little warped - I always 'compress' my skydome picture vertically in photoshop because Muvizu stretches it out to fit (so it evens out in the finished shot and helps to avoid those kind of distortions). Incidentally, the ideal dimensions for the skydome sky are :

W = 2048
H = 512

If you reduce the width to 1024 and duplicate it you end up with a reasonably 'flat' looking sky. So, what happens now on the planet?
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