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    Quote Originally Posted by shrox View Post
    Nice work, how did you do the flow through the piping? I usually use HVs.
    It's a image sequence of animated fast noise from Fusion, colored and UV mapped on piping objects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djwaterman View Post
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    These are probably the best examples here ATM, I think they might be rendered in Octane, is that right? Anyway, I like the flow and presentation, the rack focus edits were a nice addition also.
    No Octane at all. It's all LW native renderer adjusted in Fusion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kolby View Post
    It's a image sequence of animated fast noise from Fusion, colored and UV mapped on piping objects.
    Why not using procedurals in LW?
    Nice work by the way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ztreem View Post
    Why not using procedurals in LW?
    Nice work by the way!
    I don't like them so much, so I'm doing it this way.
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    This one is more a bad story. Here is my first (and last) archiz work.

    https://vimeo.com/208630047

    I've done nine CGI scenes, two of them with camera tracking and composing into live shots. I did it for one small local studio. And they kill it with bad color correction and totally wrong skys they inserted there.
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    Some bloody good examples of work guys and girls.

    Here's my latest reel, with everything done in LW, Octane and Fusion:



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    Quote Originally Posted by kolby View Post
    This one is more a bad story. Here is my first (and last) archiz work.

    https://vimeo.com/208630047

    I've done nine CGI scenes, two of them with camera tracking and composing into live shots. I did it for one small local studio. And they kill it with bad color correction and totally wrong skys they inserted there.
    I see what you mean.. but still, nice work.


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    my very first job with lightwave was for a commerical for nathens hot dogs -

    just a logo that comes from behind earth.

    =)

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    Here is a couple of my animations.
    Both works created using only Lightwave and After Effects.

    Did everything. All modeling, texturing, animation and compositing.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EE0YvZd3upY

    Project I worked with my brother on. He did all the photography, videography and editing. I did the various 3D bits, turntable, suspensions etc... and the main animation starting around the 5 minute mark.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_8Lj5SF4zY
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    Great stuff! I'm really digging seeing all the different genres and styles people are working in.

    Don't have any good motion footage yet from this current project, but comical 'toon style' commercials are all the rage in this neck of the woods right now and I'm getting a fair flow of related work coming my way. Here's a quick screenie of the prep for the first scene, right before the a**hole boss strides in and ruins her day (to be followed, natch, by the trademarked character of the client's business swooping in to save the day). The piece will be done all in cel shade with edges mode on.

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    Nice work everybody. I love seeing LW put to use!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vonpietro View Post
    just a logo that comes from behind earth.

    =)
    Quite respectable. Flying logos, at least for me, are a cool fire-and-forget gig. Fast turnaround, the design work is mostly done, and clients love buying into animated marketing at a comparatively low rate. Plus, if they're really happy, there can be more work down the pike.

    It's all good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kolby View Post
    This one is more a bad story. Here is my first (and last) archiz work.

    https://vimeo.com/208630047

    I've done nine CGI scenes, two of them with camera tracking and composing into live shots. I did it for one small local studio. And they kill it with bad color correction and totally wrong skys they inserted there.
    I agree with you on the color correction and the skies.. but your work was excellent, regardless, so even with those issues, the spot was still very good.

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    Sold a piece of artwork last night at the gallery. It was done in Lightwave...

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    Coolness. Nice work.

    I love printing my digital art.I have sold quite a few prints. Not in a gallery mind you. But all done in LW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Surrealist. View Post
    Coolness. Nice work.

    I love printing my digital art.I have sold quite a few prints. Not in a gallery mind you. But all done in LW.
    Yeah, that's hella cool (and fun to look at). I've printed a couple of my fantasy art pieces (all done in LW) and they tend to be well received at local art shows. Haven't seriously looked into selling any of them but it's an idea. For now I'm kind of possessive about them.

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