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I need 3d plane.

Posted: Wed, 4th Jul 2007, 1:23am

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RodyPolis

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I am making a movie soon, and I really would like a plane in it. Like those big ones that transport people. But I'm really not a 3D type person. if anyone is able to help I would really appreciate it. sorry but I'm short on money, but I could give some force and stuff. So, if you can help, I'll give you the details. Thanks.
Posted: Wed, 4th Jul 2007, 3:53am

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SilverDragon7

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The likely-hood of someone doing a complete airplane for free is very slim... Try google-ing it.
Posted: Wed, 4th Jul 2007, 12:31pm

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B3N

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Hehe, doubt this will work but try getting a toy plane, put it on a green stick and fly it around in front of a greenscreen then composite it out.

Worth a shot

B3N
Posted: Wed, 4th Jul 2007, 2:05pm

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RodyPolis

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well, i'll try the toy plane. google wasn't that helpful
Posted: Wed, 4th Jul 2007, 2:45pm

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B3N wrote:

Hehe, doubt this will work but try getting a toy plane, put it on a green stick and fly it around in front of a greenscreen then composite it out.

Worth a shot

B3N
Miniatures have been used for airplanes for a very long time. I'd recommend hanging it from fishing line or something, rather than using a stick though.
Posted: Wed, 4th Jul 2007, 2:46pm

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Simon K Jones

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You might find it better to move the camera rather than the plane, too. It's probably easier to create a smooth camera move than a smooth movement of a small, light, toy plane.
Posted: Wed, 4th Jul 2007, 5:02pm

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RodyPolis

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that's true. i'll try that and see how it goes
Posted: Thu, 5th Jul 2007, 4:06pm

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SlickV19

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They did that with Starwars alot too. I tried it with a toy millenium falcon on a black sheet and no editing whatsoever and it looked great.
Posted: Fri, 6th Jul 2007, 4:01pm

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Rockfilmers

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I don't know if you got my message, but I ofered to do it for you. PM me please.
Posted: Mon, 9th Jul 2007, 1:12am

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builtfordtough

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y dont you just try to download like a plane plug in c if neone posted one...its worth a shot
Posted: Tue, 10th Jul 2007, 6:22pm

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tyguy2021

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Look here there may be a free model that will fit the build.
http://www.turbosquid.com/Search/Index.cfm?INTFILETYPE_3=0&INTFILETYPE_1=0&BLSHOWCATEGORYSELECT=false&INTRATINGCOUNT=0&ISTSEARCHKEY=plane&INTFILETYPE_2=0&INTCATEGORY=-1&INTBUNDLEID=&ISTINCAUTHOR=&ISTEXCAUTHOR=&FUSEACTION=ProcessSearch&FLTRATING=0&DATEBEFOREPUB=&INTMEDIATYPE=-1&STGBOOLEAN=L&INTMAXPRICE=&STGTYPE=&DATEAFTERPUB=&BLSEARCHGAMEREADYONLY=FALSE&INTSTARTROW=1&ISTEXCKEY=&INTMINPRICE=&stgAD=15J244404040441&stgOrderColumn=A5&intSortOrder=1&blViewType=1&blViewTypeTip=y&intMaxResults=50