Bullet casing requested for upcoming film
Posted: Thu, 20th Nov 2003, 11:00pm
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I am currently in pre-production stages of a short action flick. The best description is a cross between Boondock Saints and the original Matrix lobby scene. Want to be a part of the visual effects for this epic new video? Here's how:
I will need a 3d model of a .40 caliber empty bullet casing for a Smith & Wesson handgun, 360 degrees, covering every angle, in high resolution format. However only the still shots will be needed. I will be animating the casings in over 70 different custom animations.
I will also need a 3d model, 360 degrees in high resolution format, of a bullet.
I of course have absolutely no experience in 3D. The requested 3d models should be in picture format, not 3d format, as I will be creating custom plugins (these custom plugins will be available for download after the said production has completed). These 3d models should be generated in both a fully lit scenario, and a dimly lit/dark room scenario.
Full credit will be given to the author of the requested actions, in the final release of the video.
And thank you to anyone who is interested in this project.
Posted: Thu, 20th Nov 2003, 11:16pm
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I can do it. Though I'm not entirely sure of what you want: hundreds of different pictures covering every angle of the bullet?
Posted: Thu, 20th Nov 2003, 11:55pm
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Bullet and casing separately, under 2 different lighting conditions; bright and dark.
Though I have no experience in 3D, I assume this is no easy task. So to the person that does end up helping me with this job, you sha'll receive credit and hopefully a DVD of the final release, free of charge.
Posted: Fri, 21st Nov 2003, 12:02am
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But how many angles?
Posted: Fri, 21st Nov 2003, 12:33am
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Posted: Fri, 21st Nov 2003, 12:36am
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can't wait for this plug in
Posted: Fri, 21st Nov 2003, 1:20am
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Hrem, I tried but I can not model the casing right... I'm not that good at 3D. Sorry.
Posted: Fri, 21st Nov 2003, 1:40am
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Ok thanks for trying Pooky. Anybody else think they can help me?
Posted: Sun, 14th Dec 2003, 6:50pm
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Just working on this right now...
You say "All Angles"...
do you want a 360 degree circle of a horizontal bullet ? or a shot from above or below ?
EDIT: Just completed and uploaded a 360 rotation of a bullet casing.. if/when that makes it past the censors
let me know if that was what you were looking for