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    Made with Lw and Octane


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    That was some beautiful work, Thibault... thank you very much for sharing!

    It would be awesome to see a tutorial on the rigging that was used.
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    very nice work indeed
    (très beau travail, en effet )
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    wow, that is really awesome, great work...great rig
    i thougt the outdoor scene was real, not cg, but there was all CG, nice

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    Impressive, most impressive. Very realistic render and movement. Looks like the feathers are sculpted displacement. It worked out great. I wonder if using fibers for the feathers was considered to be too hard to get as good a result, not worth it, or what. I'm curious about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPSchmidt View Post
    That was some beautiful work, ... thank you very much for sharing!
    It would be awesome to see a tutorial on the rigging that was used.
    one wing rig here >
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5LHA5bichU
    another one by Khalid >
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yUmWLDdIJUQ


    Thibault's example might be similar to one of these


    and... Awesome render
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    Just saw this on twitter this morning on my way in and thought "wait a minute ??? that's LW" stellar work there THIBAULT and very funny too. Congrats to everyone involved.
    Definitely going into my favorite pile.

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    Nice work! Impressive.

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    Wow. I am impressed.

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    Very cool

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    The fact that the animators re-animated their work to use the voice actor's outtakes is a gift from them to us. That was so funny and very much appreciated.

    This project is a capstone achievement for Lightwave. The rigging, modelling, animating AND rendering.

    I asked (on vimeo) if they would consider using the new PBR over octane but it looks like they have that workflow nailed.

    Just wonderful.

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    Outstanding work! You can really be proud of this animation!

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    Beautiful! Loved it, great job on the rigs!

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    Very inspirational work!
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