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Posted: Thu, 8th Oct 2009, 7:32pm

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Otolicoss

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The following of "The Paladin"...
The arcane battle between two girls' power!


Sorry for the error on 2:45; problem with the greenscreen...


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Posted: Fri, 9th Oct 2009, 6:50pm

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TheOutlawAmbulance

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There are so many effects I wish I could do! *Sigh* You know me! Loved it! 5/5! Awesome fire tornadoo shield! How did you do that?
Posted: Fri, 9th Oct 2009, 9:12pm

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JamieBrown

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wow! amazing effects and animatics. Where did you get them all??? i Especially liked the embers after the demon things were killed, they look really gooood. biggrin 5/5
Posted: Sat, 10th Oct 2009, 1:02am

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Koradin

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Some fairly nice effects there. The 3d models are very nice, although the lack of shadow on the floors makes them stand out a little bit to much, but this is fairly easy to fix with a bit of grading.

The fight in the room, gave the impression they were quite a distance apart yet at the same time I assumed the room was quite small from the way it had been portrayed and they were about 10 foot apart.

The fire embers, if I'm not mistake are the ones from Det films, which are available in HD and SD (the sd preview shows them all at the same time), I'm hoping to get enough spare cash for the HD ones soon. Overall a very nice short 4/5.

Koradin
Posted: Sat, 10th Oct 2009, 12:19pm

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Otolicoss

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Thank!
Creatures and demon 3D on Daz3D.com
Fire and FX on Detfilmshd.com and nccinema.ch

For the fire tornado shield, I use poser 7... I use magical glyph and deform...
Posted: Mon, 12th Oct 2009, 7:04pm

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ben3308

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Despite some cheap/cheesy bits, this looks and feels like a real film on the whole. Some cool bits and some not-so-cool bits, but overall it's got a technical polish you seldom see these days.

4/5. Good work.
Posted: Wed, 14th Oct 2009, 11:31am

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Anise

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Strictly from a viewers perspective (and a noob): WoW!! I thought that was terrific. Well done.
Posted: Sat, 24th Oct 2009, 7:36pm

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bertie

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that was booming good those have got to be the best visual effects i think i have ever seen in a fxhome product.
can i ask what program do you use for the skeletons and monsters?
Posted: Sun, 25th Oct 2009, 3:03am

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TheOutlawAmbulance

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the visual effector wrote:

can i ask what program do you use for the skeletons and monsters?

Otolicoss wrote:

Creatures and demon 3D on Daz3D.com
Fire and FX on Detfilmshd.com and nccinema.ch

For the fire tornado shield, I use poser 7... I use magical glyph and deform...
Your welcome.
Posted: Sun, 25th Oct 2009, 1:28pm

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Otolicoss

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J'utilise pour les monstres et les créatures Poser 7 et Daz3D.
Posted: Wed, 16th Dec 2009, 6:13pm

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bertie

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what were they called on daz 3d
Posted: Sun, 17th Oct 2010, 5:42pm

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Troposphere

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Trop bien fait! razz
Posted: Sun, 7th Nov 2010, 12:59pm

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Troposphere

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Vraiment génial. eek
Posted: Thu, 11th Aug 2011, 2:50pm

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FXhomer17539

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Wow, very impressive...looks like a lot of work was put into it, was worth the effort.
Posted: Mon, 9th Jan 2012, 9:41am

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FXhomer103877

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It is a interesting sharing........