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    Proton Ninja 3D Model in "live" action

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    Sweeeeeeet!

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    Very Slick!
    excellent work
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    Ya, that is a pretty nice piece. I seen it yesterday and it was all done in Lightwave!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicolas Jordan View Post
    Ya, that is a pretty nice piece. I seen it yesterday and it was all done in Lightwave!
    well not 'all' the mo cap wasn't for example...see the end clip on that
    and the tracking of the real camera for the environment maybe

    yeah, apart from the motion capture/tracking looks to have been lit and rendered in lightwave...
    great lighting and final render quality..it looks REAL.
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    Last edited by cresshead; 09-19-2009 at 09:43 AM.
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    That's Class

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    LW's render engine is really nice in the right hands Well done!

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    Wonderful! Wonder what type of render GI setting they used? Really great stuff!

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    I wonder how they handled importing the mocap? I've always had issues with it.
    Very well done.

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    dear wavers

    we have a new long "how to..." thread.....which matchmoving software? How to light (hdri?) how to animate that much effectively with mocap...wow

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    Fantastic.

    Tutorial please

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    cool

    now that is nice... I was hoping for the big guy in the back to come to life too... but wow. so fun to watch. congrats and great job to all who worked on this.

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    You don't sleep in the same room as that character is in I hope...
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    Very cool... I love seeing the mini-making of at the end. Fun stuff!

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