Posted: Fri, 13th Sep 2002, 5:14pm
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How about an exploding door that could be placed in an open doorway and blasted into oblivion. It's not always easy to buy new doors everytime you destroy one when tied to a tight budget.
It would be great if one of you expert plug-in makers could make this. I would appreciate it very much!
Posted: Fri, 13th Sep 2002, 6:01pm
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Posted: Fri, 13th Sep 2002, 6:27pm
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I COULD MAKE A DOOR PLUG-IN THAT U COULD JUST PUT AN EXPLOTION IN FRONT
Posted: Fri, 13th Sep 2002, 7:43pm
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I had a broken door. We would kick it down in almost every film i did. It looked cool. It might be a good idea, investing in a door that you can throw about. It'd look better than computer plugin door, although it can often be a tad impractical. (Speaking of broken doors Me and my film making crew bust our second table last night. The amount of stuff we've destroyed it's amazing)
Posted: Fri, 13th Sep 2002, 8:43pm
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WiRyPoCkEtLiNt wrote:I COULD MAKE A DOOR PLUG-IN THAT U COULD JUST PUT AN EXPLOTION IN FRONT
sure, that would be great and would help me a lot. thanks!
Posted: Fri, 13th Sep 2002, 9:54pm
Post 6 of 25
do you have a picture of a door you would like me to use or do you care what it looks like?
Posted: Sat, 14th Sep 2002, 3:03am
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hmm...just a plain, dark brown wooden door would be fine for now - and, if you can, with a gold, sort of slightly cone-shaped knob with a more flattened or indented face.
(if you know what I mean - I don't know if you have ever seen any like that, i don't have a picture.) At least if you could make the door as I described with a gold knob. Those specific characteristics of the knob would probably not be very noticeable on video anyway. Thanks for all your help.
Posted: Sat, 14th Sep 2002, 11:24am
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email the pic of the door from front to me and i'll make it into a 3d model and make a plugin outa it
Posted: Sat, 14th Sep 2002, 12:05pm
Post 9 of 25
billy can do 3d better then me so go with him
Posted: Sun, 15th Sep 2002, 4:42am
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billy, i should have a picture to you in a few days (i need to get the film developed). Should I send the whole picture or just the door with some colored background?
Posted: Sun, 15th Sep 2002, 12:30pm
Post 11 of 25
whole pic pls
Posted: Sun, 15th Sep 2002, 2:30pm
Post 12 of 25
If anyone really makes this plugin, at least make variations with different types of doors (ie wooden, metal, glass, blah)
Posted: Thu, 19th Sep 2002, 1:47pm
Post 13 of 25
r u sending me the pic or what?
Mecha: are u ever satisfied with anyone? lol
Posted: Fri, 20th Sep 2002, 4:26am
Post 14 of 25
A door plugin that explode would be great!
But just a door would also be fine
Posted: Fri, 20th Sep 2002, 5:46am
Post 15 of 25
i was wondering why do people not use maya guess what it is free if you do not using it comercial alot more powerful then 3ds and alot easier to use i will make a door exploding for you i already have a door made but i just need to put textures on.
Posted: Fri, 20th Sep 2002, 1:14pm
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I have the free maya v. but I can't figure how to model very well can you help?
I know this is off the subject
Posted: Fri, 20th Sep 2002, 6:07pm
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I wuold really like to use maya!But you must fill in a form and then wait to download it or something.
Please send me a link to where you can download it.
Posted: Fri, 20th Sep 2002, 7:14pm
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Posted: Sat, 21st Sep 2002, 4:22am
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billy, the pictures will come! i need to wait for the blasted film to get developed. Very soon you will have them!
Posted: Sat, 21st Sep 2002, 10:09am
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modeling is maya is easy as pie
u must have known by now maya has nurbs n box
no rational- splineswww.highend3d.com
and i recommend u buying this book
there are video tutes on the cd along with it
Posted: Sun, 22nd Sep 2002, 9:41pm
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Posted: Sun, 22nd Sep 2002, 9:42pm
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billy, i have the pics, but there is a bright spot in the middle of the doors from the camera's flash. the doors wouldn't look very realistic in a film.
couldn't you or someone just make a darker brown wooden door with a gold knob? I don't know how hard that would be. do you still want the pics anyways? (sorry for all the trouble and making you wait so long)
(--oops--sorry about the previous post
Posted: Sun, 22nd Sep 2002, 11:49pm
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maya is very easy to use i learned with the instant maya thing that comes with it and a book called character annimation in maya i have made alsorts of photorealistic stuff
Posted: Mon, 23rd Sep 2002, 5:00am
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erm morris dont u have a digitalvideo cam or analogue
one? dust digitize it and send me a pic
Posted: Mon, 23rd Sep 2002, 8:36pm
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heheh... of course! why didn't i think of that?
...i guess i'm just too old-fashioned...