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Posted: Tue, 28th Jan 2003, 10:13am

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This is a quick poser clip. I wanted to work on learning poser and some camera motion why my knee heals. Many thankx to B4USK30MALE for answering all of my questions.
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Posted: Tue, 28th Jan 2003, 11:17am

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moebius

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Your hero said it all, X! "Cool" biggrin
Posted: Tue, 28th Jan 2003, 1:09pm

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Michael Suzor

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Well done. Keep at it.
Posted: Tue, 28th Jan 2003, 2:47pm

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Andreas

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Good work there Mr.X
Posted: Tue, 28th Jan 2003, 3:13pm

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voiceoverwizard

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My imagination or did it sound like Bevis or Butthead when he said cool? cool
Posted: Tue, 28th Jan 2003, 3:16pm

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Thankx guys! I wanted to try something new while I have been laid up. Poser is really cool. The hardest part of working with it is the lights. The WYSIWYG is not too accurate with lighting. I would have a scene done and render it and it would show almost all back. I add it lights and all bleached out crazy Drive you up a wall!

Anyway... let me know what you think about camera angles and any other facet. It is a quick clip but I like feedback.

EDIT: I hope I didn't sound like that but I used an old PC mic just to get the sound in!
Posted: Tue, 28th Jan 2003, 6:35pm

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Andreas

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Yeah sorry X, was in kinda hurry..
Lets se here. I think the camera movement is alittle to fast.. You should think how a real camera would move.. But otherwize the placement of the camera was nice.. The 3D part then, Poser dosent make so good 3D.. but it was nice anyway, as always when it's walking it looks kinda wierd.. also the kick looked stupid. razz But You did a good job, i know how hard it is!
Posted: Tue, 28th Jan 2003, 7:44pm

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Kyeju

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wow extremly nice 3d animation and some intresting camera angles. Give it a 4 cause it wasnt a full movie. Keep it up. Also good job on Rebel Alliance!!!
Posted: Tue, 28th Jan 2003, 8:45pm

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I thought he was going to say, 'FIRE FIREEEE'

Beavis voice biggrin
Posted: Wed, 29th Jan 2003, 3:49am

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sidewinder

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when he's crouching on the door, the animation and position look very natural, until he kicks.
Posted: Fri, 31st Jan 2003, 1:02pm

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CurtinParloe

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Groovy!
The kick is silly, and sometimes they glide when they're walking, but groovy nonetheless biggrin

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Posted: Fri, 31st Jan 2003, 2:01pm

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b4uask30male

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wow, nearly missed this film

very good ( i taught you well ) wink

some pointers, the background, ( grey ) i have some software that would give you sky, ( I think that would have helped. pm me if you want to know more about that, as i can't think of it's name off hand )
adding sound fx's ( footsteps, the garbage can opening ) would have helped.

but i give it 5, because i feel you have grasped poser very well.
Posted: Sun, 2nd Feb 2003, 5:36pm

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davlin

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This is the best "first time poser"clip I've seen....it belongs in the B4 stable of poser greats .....I wish I could do half as good....i thought sound was brill.....loved it all ...great pace....a credit to you .
Too clever by half.....lol.......(who's jealous)
Posted: Tue, 4th Feb 2003, 10:02pm

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Wow! Thankx! I needed that. I just got laid off and am a little down. I'm on vacation in Florida so I have only a sec but Thankx again. Hope everything is going great for CSB crew and rest of community!
Posted: Wed, 26th Mar 2003, 11:39am

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v6proz

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Dammit!!! I Need to learn Poser lol