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14/03/2011 20:23:01

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Couldn't believe it when Artpen presented us with his great plane interior set.

Cos guess what I was working on aswell?..



...Strange minds obviously think alike...Spooky! eh?

Cheers

D
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14/03/2011 21:17:49

artpenMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Cheers dreeko, yeah strange, I've had this set for some time, took ages,
Bloody thing, very fiddly.
It was part of a comedy I gave up on for the Holiday from Hell comp.
I think I burned myself out on the set building, and missed the deadline!!
Like ziggy, I was going to, but still might finish it if I get the time, but it's hard with
Kids n stuff... anyway I've got some lovely sets which I think everybody will love.

Glad you liked it, and glad to help out, the more stuff we produce the easier we can do our stuff with our limited time.

I hope now we can get a good jumbo jet in the 3d assets

Cheers mate
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15/03/2011 11:13:39

claireqMuvizu staff
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Dreeko that set looks pretty slick! Did you model all that?
Love artpen's set as well. I tend to get caught up too much with set building and never have enough time for animation.

Everyone is certainly giving the art team a run for their money Big Grin
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15/03/2011 11:22:30

artpenMuvizu mogulExperimental user
artpen
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Sorry dreeko, your set is class mate, top draw, well done
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15/03/2011 11:23:53

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
Dreeko
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claireq wrote:
Dreeko that set looks pretty slick! Did you model all that?
Love artpen's set as well. I tend to get caught up too much with set building and never have enough time for animation.

Everyone is certainly giving the art team a run for their money Big Grin


Thanks Claire!

The chairs are from sketchup, the windows are a texture knocked up in photoshop and placed on a curved backdrop which was scaled and rotated to fit, and the long object above the windows is a sofa scaled beyond all recognition!
It's a set that loves memory though!

cheers

D
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15/03/2011 12:27:58

claireqMuvizu staff
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Dreeko wrote:

The chairs are from sketchup, the windows are a texture knocked up in photoshop and placed on a curved backdrop which was scaled and rotated to fit, and the long object above the windows is a sofa scaled beyond all recognition!
It's a set that loves memory though!

D


I just love how all our users are so imaginative with their creations. Who would have thought a scaled up sofa would make a perfect aircraft luggage compartment!
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15/03/2011 22:04:31

65Radius
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There might be something about strange minds working alike... A couple of weeks back I uploaded a modest effort involving an airline, passengers misbehaving, and even a cute little window with rolling clouds. Uncanny!
Proof:
http://muvizu.com/Gallery/View.aspx?typeID=2&mediaID=15125
edited by 65Radius on 16/03/2011
edited by 65Radius on 16/03/2011
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16/03/2011 10:57:50

claireqMuvizu staff
claireq
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Great minds think a like!
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17/03/2011 13:08:04

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
Dreeko
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Howdy partners!
Look what im working on





edited by Dreeko on 17/03/2011
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17/03/2011 13:27:33

artpenMuvizu mogulExperimental user
artpen
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Cool set mate, nice lighting, looking forward to the sketch
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17/03/2011 14:35:06

freakmoomin
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amazing dreeko! looks quality!
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17/03/2011 15:28:09

KerryK
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what in tarnation? staundoon has gone all spaghetti western?!
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17/03/2011 16:02:54

JamieMuvizu staff
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that looks fantastic! Great work.

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Direct, don't animate!
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22/03/2011 14:09:46

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
Dreeko
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It's a horse of course!

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22/03/2011 14:18:46

artpenMuvizu mogulExperimental user
artpen
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LOL, top stuff, Yeeeeeee haaaa, com on
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22/03/2011 14:35:16

freakmoomin
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wow! amazing dreeko!!!
took me a while to realise it was the drum animations u were using
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22/03/2011 15:56:13

Emily
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Inventive, as ever!

Did you put a blob inside the horse's head for eyes?
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22/03/2011 16:35:05

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
Dreeko
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Emily wrote:
Inventive, as ever!

Did you put a blob inside the horse's head for eyes?


Indeed I did Emily. Blatantly using the same technique as you did for the sheep although I positioned the blob on a shrunken floating ground plane with a transparent texture. The same goes for the positioning of the old cowboy riding the horse.
The eyebrows on the horse use the same technique as shown in my brows demo and works perfectly as the horse is a static imported object.

More secrets revealed...I'd never last in the magic circle!

Cheers
D
PS: thanks for all the positive comments folks!
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22/03/2011 16:45:18

Quoling
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Dreeko wrote:
More secrets revealed...I'd never last in the magic circle!


Kneel!
Tis those sort of animation tricks we need tutorials on!
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22/03/2011 16:52:54

KerryK
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Quoling wrote:
Dreeko wrote:
More secrets revealed...I'd never last in the magic circle!


Kneel!
Tis those sort of animation tricks we need tutorials on!



ahem.. yes please do! and upload it to the user tutorial (your hints and tips) section here http://www.muvizu.com/Tutorials/
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