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    Wanderers - a short film by Erik Wernquist

    EPIC!


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    very much thank you for posting, i would have missed this if you didn't...
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    I was surprised that i didn't saw it until now too I love it.
    He don't mentioned what software he used. Not important mind you but i am still curious.

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    not so sure he what he is using these days, but he did use LightWave in the past
    http://www.3dstorm.com/archives/stor...rnquist/1.html

    it could be any app really, not too difficult to pull off, but must be very time consuming, and needs a great artistic eye

    he sure made something beautiful

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    bit more on what he is using > http://www.erikwernquist.com/files/R...r_Animator.pdf
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    Thanks and yes i instantly remembered him when i saw that crazy frog

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    Really wonderful short film! 3D work was very good I think - plus Carl Sagan - what a voice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by erikals View Post
    Thanks.

    Carl Sagan was great. From the younger ones Brian Cox kinda reminds me him. He does have the contagious excitement about science too.

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    Hereīs some more info on how he worked with the film, just generally mentioning 3d though...

    https://imgur.com/a/Ur5dP

    though I canīt say anything about the film, havenīt seen it yet ..but will take some minutes soon to study it.

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    Thanks for sharing that magnificent short. It's beautifully crafted and if Lightwave was used, then even better.


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    Wonderful work!

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    I *need* this to come to pass. I see Erik credits Kim Stanley Robinson and his Mars trilogy is a must-read for a view of what life could be like off this planet. Vi vill skicka våra gratulationer med anledning av Wanderers Erik!

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