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Dinos

Posted: Tue, 12th Jun 2007, 2:22am

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SANbadboy

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I need two dinosaurs fighting on the right side of the screen. Probably Jurassic Park. I found a good video on youtube I'm just not sure how to put it onto my computer.
Posted: Tue, 3rd Jul 2007, 10:24pm

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Quvoo

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ahha... how about you do it yourself?
Posted: Tue, 3rd Jul 2007, 10:31pm

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SilverDragon7

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This may help.
Posted: Sun, 5th Aug 2007, 2:37am

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black ronin1228

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What type of dinos, how realistic do they need to be, and for how long do they need to fight. You can, I'm assuming, add in your own sound effects, and blood effects should they be needed? I can only at this point, render a T-Rex, Triceratops, Allosaurus, and a couple other smaller dinosaurs against a white background, so you'd need to change your screen settings in the right column that show up when you have the footage I send you selected to add or another setting that I can't remember right now.
I'll send you an image of each dino to start, and if it's acceptable imagery, I'll render something for you. I'm not above accepting force points for said work....smile

Thomas

Go here to see what dinosaurs I have at my disposal....

http://www.mypicshare.com/zzjnh920pic.html

I can also light them in many different ways, and most of them have several different skins and colors to choose from. Lemme know.
Posted: Sun, 5th Aug 2007, 10:19am

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Rawree

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black ronin1228 wrote:

...against a white background, so you'd need to change your screen settings in the right column that show up when you have the footage I send you selected to add or another setting that I can't remember right now.
You'd be better off rendering the animation out as a .tiff sequence and selecting the option to save an alpha channel; that way it's just a case of dragging and dropping the sequence into the project and will help you get a much cleaner composite.
Posted: Mon, 6th Aug 2007, 4:01am

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black ronin1228

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Yeah, what he ^ said...
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