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Spider-man Costume and Web

Posted: Tue, 25th Jan 2005, 8:06pm

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johnatkins

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Would like to see Movie Costume maskings and some realistic movies type webshooting pluggin, it's doable if you know I and I don't LOL.
Posted: Tue, 25th Jan 2005, 8:08pm

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Klut

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why don't you buy one of those web shooting toy gloves?
Posted: Tue, 25th Jan 2005, 8:10pm

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johnatkins

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cuz the web isn't as realistic as in the movie want something simillar to the cartoon pluggin only movie quality like so many other amaising pluggins offered here
Posted: Tue, 25th Jan 2005, 8:27pm

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Tommy Gundersen

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The costume would be a problem to make, but the web should not be hard for those who makes plug ins! For a couple of days ago, I was going to ask after web myself, but I forgot it...biggrin
Posted: Tue, 25th Jan 2005, 10:21pm

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TimmyD

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You should try to learn 3D yourself. Youve been asking for all these plugins which are really simple 3D effects. It rather easy, and it will be worth it, you will NEVER remember what life was like without it.
Posted: Tue, 25th Jan 2005, 10:28pm

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johnatkins

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sugest any programs for doing it?
Posted: Tue, 25th Jan 2005, 10:36pm

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TimmyD

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Well, youll proably want to be going with freeware to learn the basics, and for a modeler, i suggest Wings 3d. Its great to learn, and you can model some really great stuff with it. For animations and advanced rendering, modeling, and texturing, theres nothing better than blender. Trying to learn blender will discourage you from ever touching 3D again, but it is WORTH IT. Make sure you REALLY want to learn this and you will stick to it.