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Animated Clock

Posted: Mon, 21st Oct 2002, 8:10pm

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Mark P Warman

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Could I get an animated clock made that has the big and little hand spinning around giving the feel time being sped up?

A few dif. angles too!

I know its a tall order but imagine how kick ass that would be!

thanks@[/b]
Posted: Mon, 21st Oct 2002, 8:55pm

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b4uask30male

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do you want time to go forward or backwards ?
Posted: Mon, 21st Oct 2002, 9:24pm

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BrickMovies4U

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Why not both???
Posted: Mon, 21st Oct 2002, 10:21pm

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Mark P Warman

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Forward is prefered but both forward and back would be cool too!


Thanks!

Anyone see 'The Ring'....HOLY Sh*T that movie rocks!
Posted: Tue, 22nd Oct 2002, 12:18am

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Kyeju

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It would surly save me the time of taking the origional cut into alam, the putting the fx in, then taking it back slowing it down and exporting it.
Posted: Tue, 22nd Oct 2002, 12:24am

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MechaForce

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Can't you just have an ultra close up of the clock and turn the hands like they did in the olden days? That sure would save precious bandwidth. Preciousssssssss. twisted
Posted: Tue, 22nd Oct 2002, 2:03am

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BrickMovies4U

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You could also use stop-motion. It's easy. PM me if you don't know how to do it.