Posted: Fri, 17th Aug 2007, 8:24pm
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can someone make some Super Mario Bros presets, like flaming tomatos, 3d renders of the '?' boxes, ect.
That would be really cool.
Posted: Sat, 25th Aug 2007, 9:20am
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Yeah I second that.
Well, in the preset library I did see a Mario bros fireball, but I think it only properly worked with Elab pro.http://fxhome.com/presets/view/543/super-mario-fireball
As for the ? block renders, I'll give that a go.
*Edit* ok, I made this. Is it any good?
*Edit* I also found these: http://fxhome.com/alamdv2/plugins/view/1290/mario-brothers
Posted: Tue, 28th Aug 2007, 8:34am
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No problem. Shall I email you the ? block? it's in .an8 format
Posted: Wed, 29th Aug 2007, 2:42pm
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Im making a short smb movie because I did my first movie ever called KOM, a science fiction movie. My script was good, my ideas were good, even my storyboards were good, but I didn't have Vlab yet. if I did, and I know this because I went back and redid some of the scenes with vlab. The movie required good sfx, and I thought that I could do that. The movie sucked, also because the sound was terrible. Nobody got it and I felt like a loser. A year later, boom, I'm here I know I can do good films now, I've taken classes, and I'm pretty good at Vlab. The only one who belives me is my good friend Mark, who stars in most of my movies, beczause hes seen what I can do.
I'm going to eventually make a mario movie where mario and luigi get thrown into the future from their time machine to find that their in Mushroom Kingdom, 1000 years later. Since I lived in San Diego, I've scouted out some good locations, and I'm going to photoshop some stough like Princess Peaches castle's ruins in the water, mario bricks flowting, Koopas, old style clouds, ect.
I want to do it like a jappanese fighting movie, with zoom ins. The only problem is getting them in the costumes and getting them to the locations, but I know its going to wind down to being just me with a camera running around San Diego, then orking months on bluescreening them in.
Oh, yes, Link, I don't know what format that is and what program I can use it in.
Posted: Thu, 30th Aug 2007, 9:16am
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Well the movie sounds great. I wish you luck with that.
Anyway, .an8 is a file for anim8or, which is a free 3D manipulation program. I believe/think they can also be opened in 3Ds Max