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kwhitaker
The story I'm using is from a book I wrote and illustrated.
Even though I had the beginning, middle, and end, the in-betweens were the hardest. I must say, for everything I've rendered, that much again was thrown out. I began with Anzovin's The Setup machine, the 2001 Skeleton rig, then finially the Fitzgerald Cog rig. My first model was Witch Lena.

The movie starts with greedy Witch Lena wanting to take Elderwood forest for herself. Opposing her is Wizard Galvin. Elf Trell happened to be there, pulled his sword, angering Witch Lena. She turned the elf into a wooden sword. Lena then threw him beyond the realm of Elderwood Forest.
martin
That looks very interesting. I like the images. I hope you have several pictures for every story segment you reveal in this thread. I anticipate the story very much.

(I'm looking at the images on my laptop with the brightness turned all the way up but your images still look very dark. Try to gamma correct one of them to make the background brighter, and post it into this thread so that I can see if that helps.)
kwhitaker
QUOTE(martin @ Jul 31 2008, 10:25 AM) *
That looks very interesting. I like the images. I hope you have several pictures for every story segment you reveal in this thread. I anticipate the story very much.

(I'm looking at the images on my laptop with the brightness turned all the way up but your images still look very dark. Try to gamma correct one of them to make the background brighter, and post it into this thread so that I can see if that helps.)

Hi, i do have the pictures, and i will add then to the segments, i gotta go find out about a this gamma, these pictures are from a coverted file meg2, thanks katt
kwhitaker
QUOTE(kwhitaker @ Jul 31 2008, 11:09 AM) *
QUOTE(martin @ Jul 31 2008, 10:25 AM) *
That looks very interesting. I like the images. I hope you have several pictures for every story segment you reveal in this thread. I anticipate the story very much.

(I'm looking at the images on my laptop with the brightness turned all the way up but your images still look very dark. Try to gamma correct one of them to make the background brighter, and post it into this thread so that I can see if that helps.)

Hi, i do have the pictures, and i will add then to the segments, i gotta go find out about a this gamma, these pictures are from a coverted file meg2, thanks katt
i've never used that setting before,
martin
Yeah, that did it. (You can gamma correct using A:M's Post Effects too - you don't have to re-render.) Find a gamma that you like.
Gerry
Nice looking artwork!
kwhitaker
QUOTE(Gerry @ Aug 8 2008, 06:32 AM) *
Nice looking artwork!

thanks Gerry ,
kwhitaker
QUOTE(Gerry @ Aug 8 2008, 06:32 AM) *
Nice looking artwork!

Thanks Gerry , I went to your web site, I love it, I played your movie Patent, love the animation, so cool, lots of good work.
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