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UEI
03-23-2004, 06:59 PM
Perhaps I'm peranoid of just insane either way, but I'm planning out how I want to do my project, and I keep thinking about some cell shaded works and out pops SD Gundum! Is it possible thourh carefull structure planning and an eye with animation to get something close with lightwave to somthing like Trigun, or even older, Astro Boy, or how about Ninja Scroll?

Also, how much of "Voices from a Distant Star" was done with lightwave?

durden
03-23-2004, 10:08 PM
I m just delving into the world of celshading myself for use in design work but apparently Lightwave 3d was the only 3d package used in the creation of 'a single voice-voices of a distant star'...you will like this link

http://www.atanime.com/v1i1/05_asinglevoice1.html

Homemade Anime?


Here's a list of the equipment Makoto Shinkai used to create "Voices of a Distant Star:"


[Hardware]
Apple® Power Macintosh® G4
--400MHz, 1 GB RAM, 300GB Hard Drive
WACOM® pen tablet
Olympus® digital camera
Trace stand and paper


[Software]
Adobe® Photoshop® 5.0
Adobe® AfterEffects® 4.1
Newtek LightWave 3D® 6.5
Pinnacle® Commotion™ 3.1


also check out this site

http://www.celshader.com/

cheers
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UEI
03-24-2004, 10:29 AM
In short...truley amazing! Now I really want to buy that Movie now. Another well put together lightwave master piece. I see now the capabilities of Lightwave as an Anime product. (Excited! lol) Thanks man, it was well worth the watch, as well as the trailer :D

durden
03-24-2004, 10:58 AM
yeah me too love the trailer, I can't wait to see it as well.check out this link as well it supposedly was animated in lw 8 so I heard through the grapevine

http://www.digitrace.it/

it's not anime but it is animated check out the teasers section then the teasers for 'La Storia di Leo' I just thought the animation was top notch...the movements were really fluid and real...they made the whole movie in LW

cheers
d