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    Chris Jones String Theory

    Not sure what or if any of this astonishing visual and aural poetry was created in Lightwave, but props to LW user Chris Jones (Passenger) for this beautiful and moving artwork.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZze...VJa23VvwjtDY2Y

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdolishny View Post
    Not sure what or if any of this astonishing visual and aural poetry was created in Lightwave, but props to LW user Chris Jones (Passenger) for this beautiful and moving artwork.
    He says Lightwave and Hitfilm Express: https://www.chrisj.com.au/2018/12/4-...ter.html?m=1#c

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    That was awesome! Looks like TONS of work went into this, I couldn't imagine.

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    whoa.
    Lots of work. Lot of editing. Lots of two point polys!

    Nicely done.
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    That was absolutely amazing.

    Thanks very much for passing it along!

    Just really incredible.

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    Bloody Marvelous.

    Even though the amount of work may be impressive, and the technical skill behind handling the particles etc, what impresses me most is His skilled visual style ..and how he matches his own music to the elements so well, that above the underlying 3d work impresses me the most, all that Chaos needs to come together.

    Beautiful.

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    That's pretty cool! Something I think most of us would like to do is create our own short film with Lightwave. It's always very inspiring to see these kind of creative and unique films.
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    Par excellence.

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    That is friggin awesome!!
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    This is amazing!

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    Mindnumbingly awesome. I'm not worthy to even stand in the same room as him while he double-clicks the Lightwave icon. <bowing and backing away>

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    This is going to be one hell of a breakdown.

    The timing of the 3d objects along with the lighting effects I have no idea how he did it but I suspect the makers of Hitfilm are going to max out their web bandwidth this month. I've never heard of it. Interesting way to capture movement then translate to any animation app.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdolishny View Post
    I've never heard of it.
    What? Never heard of HitFilm? Yeah, this is going to be one hell of a breakdown for the LW part and HitFilm.
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    Wow that was very impressive. I would love to see a piece on this going into how it was made.
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    Stunning! Reminds me a lot of the WhiteCap plugin... https://www.soundspectrum.com/whitecap/

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