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    Tiger animation

    Something I've been working on (and off) for a few weeks, months, who knows? Got to fix up the texture, but I thought I'd play with some animation and FFX till I can be asked sorting that out.
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    So this is a LW render with FFX?

    I thought it was a photo of a tiger mapped to geo.
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    Wow, impressive !

    Love the fur and the lighting effect on it, very cool.
    As is the animation, really believable, would like to see more !


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    Thanks all! I'm still working on it so I'll post updates as I get further with it.

    It is a photo mapped onto geo/FFX colour channel, so I get proper fur especially where needed at the throat and other longer areas like the elbows etc. Each frame takes about 1 min to render on my new i7 with 12 hyperthreads.
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    Nice tiger, however the fur needs a bit of random length. It looks a bit stiff.

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    Agree on random length. The combing is nice so it's quite a waste not exploiting the hidden capabilities.

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    cycle looks good..maybe too smooth...
    add some weighted motion keys somewhere? ..study good reference ..
    keep going
    good luck
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    This is very good Well done!

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    Nice work !

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