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15/06/2016 15:53:58

urbanlamb
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The muvizu skydome is pretty standard and uses the same proportions of "them other guys".


http://hdri-skies.com/
http://www.hdrskydome.com/
https://www.environment-textures.com/


https://www.3d.sk/ (this one i put in because its the parent site to a couple of those listed above)
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15/06/2016 17:02:57

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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urbanlamb wrote:
The muvizu skydome is pretty standard and uses the same proportions of "them other guys".


http://hdri-skies.com/
http://www.hdrskydome.com/
https://www.environment-textures.com/


https://www.3d.sk/ (this one i put in because its the parent site to a couple of those listed above)


wow! Thanks UrbanLamb! This is a very useful bit of information!!

am I correct in thinking that I'd need to split these into separate files for use as Muvizu sky and muvizu ground?
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15/06/2016 17:59:06

ukBertyMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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alquimista wrote:
Here´s my first animation test for this short animated film I´m planning to do with Muvizu.


I'm really looking forward to seeing your output in Muvizu as I've had a good look at your website. I have no artistic capabilities at all so image what someone with your talent can come up with!
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15/06/2016 18:16:00

alquimista
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ziggy72 wrote:
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?



Cool ! Thanks that is very useful.
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15/06/2016 18:28:15

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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ukBerty wrote:
I have no artistic capabilities at all so....


in order for that statement to be true, we'd need a very narrow definition of the term "artistic capabilities"!!

I think everyone on the forum would agree that you've supplied more than enough evidence to prove that you are indeed overflowing with artistic capabilities.

Stated differently: if it were illegal to have artistic talent, and you were in a court of law being tried on such charge... I'm afraid there's more than enough evidence to hang you.

So let's all hope that it's never illegal to be creative, because I'd hate to lose all my friends in one smack of the judge's gavel.

;-)
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15/06/2016 18:32:34

urbanlamb
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PatMarrNC wrote:


wow! Thanks UrbanLamb! This is a very useful bit of information!!

am I correct in thinking that I'd need to split these into separate files for use as Muvizu sky and muvizu ground?


no just scale them down its designed to fit on a dome if you dont want ground just cut it off but there are a lot that have just sky on them you just need to browse around.
edited by urbanlamb on 15/06/2016
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15/06/2016 18:45:32

MrDrWho13Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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PatMarrNC wrote:
Stated differently: if it were illegal to have artistic talent, and you were in a court of law being tried on such charge... I'm afraid there's more than enough evidence to hang you.

Well that's one way to say it, I suppose! laugh
edited by MrDrWho13 on 15/06/2016
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15/06/2016 21:11:53

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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MrDrWho13 wrote:
PatMarrNC wrote:
Stated differently: if it were illegal to have artistic talent, and you were in a court of law being tried on such charge... I'm afraid there's more than enough evidence to hang you.

Well that's one way to say it, I suppose! laugh
edited by MrDrWho13 on 15/06/2016

No need for hanging! I've got a perfectly good chair for that...
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15/06/2016 22:42:51

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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ziggy72 wrote:
MrDrWho13 wrote:
PatMarrNC wrote:
Stated differently: if it were illegal to have artistic talent, and you were in a court of law being tried on such charge... I'm afraid there's more than enough evidence to hang you.

Well that's one way to say it, I suppose! laugh
edited by MrDrWho13 on 15/06/2016

No need for hanging! I've got a perfectly good chair for that...


LOL!
And this is why I enjoy hanging out with creative people!
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16/06/2016 02:49:32

Speedking5
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Im very Add so I have 20 little projects right now. Really enjoy using this program when I have time off.Still most of the time is just testing stuff out.



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16/06/2016 04:26:58

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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I'm kind of the same way, Speedking... I have a lot of projects "in process", but I open them only when there's an idea to explore. After I see the results, the project gets saved and closed for who knows how long. Some of them require more skill than I have yet... some require more time than I have available at the moment... some require more enthusiasm than I can muster for that idea... some are waiting on a eureka moment that tells me how to proceed...

Maybe someday they'll all get finished...

But I like the examples you've posted... it looks like you have some previous experience with 3d modelling, which will be very helpful in this environment! I look forward to seeing more from you! I hope you'll participate in the current wave of contests!
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17/06/2016 03:20:14

Rocque
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ziggy72 wrote:
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?


What does this mean? What is skydome? Is this something I should know if I am attempting to work with photographs in my background shots?
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17/06/2016 07:02:51

MrDrWho13Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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Rocque wrote:
ziggy72 wrote:
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?


What does this mean? What is skydome? Is this something I should know if I am attempting to work with photographs in my background shots?

The skydome is the sky bit of Muvizu's environment. If you go to edit-->edit environment, then click in to the section called sky, the image you put here goes on to Muvizu's sky. You may not have noticed before, but Muvizu is inside a giant 3D dome which is why it's called the skydome. (The sky in the dome)

This isn't important for backdrops though. You can see the aspect ratios for those here: http://muvizu.com/Wiki/wiki/101
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18/06/2016 02:53:38

Rocque
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Thank you MDW13. I appreciate the link, too. I know I have messed up my backdrop by not knowing the aspect ratio. This will help.
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26/06/2016 03:08:32

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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I know I said I wasn't going to post any more pictures of what I'm working on for Clayster's competition, but I love this image This is what Burroughs used to do, just go on a stage and sit and read to the audience in darkness. A little sepia tint to the camera output is the only effect added. So simple - this is why I love this program you know, its not for the tricks its for the looks you can achieve.

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26/06/2016 03:13:56

Rocque
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ziggy72 wrote:
I know I said I wasn't going to post any more pictures of what I'm working on for Clayster's competition, but I love this image This is what Burroughs used to do, just go on a stage and sit and read to the audience in darkness. A little sepia tint to the camera output is the only effect added. So simple - this is why I love this program you know, its not for the tricks its for the looks you can achieve.


How did you get the character, and desk? Everything looks awesome. I spent all day on about 30 seconds of my animation. I used parts from a pre-existing scene so just had to add a few more things here and there to personalize it. It is absolutely nothing like yours. However I still need to do more, and this is just one part I worked on today. I hope the rest goes smoothly so I can have it finished for the competition.

Keep up the good work Ziggy.
edited by Rocque on 26/06/2016
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26/06/2016 03:27:42

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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Ziggy,
you are indeed the scene Meister!

Anybody know if any of the other Moguls will be participating in the contest/challenge/whatever we decided to call it?
edited by PatMarrNC on 26/06/2016
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26/06/2016 04:28:58

mystoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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I haven't done anything in ages but I was thinking about trying to come up with a little something for the competition. The wife and I are in the process of buying a new house so I don't really have a lot of time to animate but I'll try.
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26/06/2016 14:33:14

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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keep us posted on the new house! Sounds exciting!
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26/06/2016 14:53:27

MrDrWho13Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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PatMarrNC wrote:
Ziggy,
you are indeed the scene Meister!

Anybody know if any of the other Moguls will be participating in the contest/challenge/whatever we decided to call it?

I've started a project but I'm not sure if I can make it funny enough, so I may enter this, something else, or maybe I'll wait for the next competition.
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