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shield throw...

Posted: Tue, 10th Apr 2007, 12:06am

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i make shields,
and i want to see about getting a loopable multi angle throw of the shield...
Posted: Tue, 10th Apr 2007, 3:00am

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This might sound silly... But uh, why don't you just throw the shield?

PS. I like the shield.
Posted: Tue, 10th Apr 2007, 4:06am

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You would have to get a 3D model of the sheild and perform the action in a 3D program such as Blender.
Posted: Tue, 10th Apr 2007, 2:38pm

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Simon K Jones

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Yeah, this isn't the kind of thing that can be done by a preset in our programs, it's not what they're designed for. You might as well try to do it in Word. wink

A 3D program would do it nicely, however, or you could film the actual shield against a greenscreen and then composite it onto your shot using CompositeLab or VisionLab.