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Posted 28 November 2013 - 03:33 PM
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Posted 02 December 2013 - 09:21 AM
Texturing well underway. Here rendered in the new Animation Master v.18!! :-) (Have not had time to check out the new AO rendering mode - sounds interesting!!)
Posted 02 December 2013 - 01:39 PM
Export baked, triangulated and subdivided .obj model, then import to and paint in 3Dcoat.
Posted 02 December 2013 - 03:03 PM
...Now the texture of my little circus artist lady is finished - 'ish.
Her skirt does cause me problems though, partly because it looks wrong (both too transparent and too opaque at the same time) and partly because using transparancy and transluscense really drives up the render time...:-/
Posted 05 December 2013 - 06:09 PM
Posted 05 December 2013 - 06:33 PM
My tutorials All my most beloved tutorials in one convenient location. Except for the ones I've forgotten about.
this is only a ... my gallery of A:M tests
87,848 pushed!: the #1 heavy push on Youtube
Big thanks to... Roger (again!), Shelton (it's huge!), NancyGormezano, Roger, cribbidaj, thefreshestever, Tom, Dalemation, Simon Edmondson, thejobe, Rob_T (2 more x), agep (again!), itsjustme, jason1025(+1), dblhelix (+1),markw, Roger (3x!), mouseman (x 2!), Xtaz, agep, Gerry, thefreshestever, dblhelix (twice!), jason1025, Luuk Steitner, PDM, Rob_T and Dhar!
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New year, new head, new texturing!
Posted 27 May 2015 - 04:31 AM
Has it really been two years? Wow, how time flies.
As strange as usual Tore. Congratulations!
I'm trying to imagine what Kafka would make of these shorts (and in particular this last one). I can't help but think he might offer a biting bit of cynicism mixed with curt commentary and utter despair for the animation art form and then subtly admit he was proud.
Posted 31 May 2015 - 12:41 AM
Posted 30 July 2015 - 04:23 AM
Gerald, an answer to your post - somewhat delayed!! ;-)
My guess is that "Sprechstallmeister" is an old german word that no longer is used in germany, but which has survived in danish.
"Stallmeister" has since long time ago been a profession: a person who are responsible for the wellfare of the horses in the (big) staples.
Cirkus also had/have stallmeisters, and propably there once was a situation where the cirkus director (for whatever reason) gave over the job of presenting the artists in the ring to the stallmeister, that then became a talking stallmeister: "sprechstallmeister".
"Sprechstallmeister" is still a part of modern danish language, even if the more often used term is "Cirkusdirektør" = Circus Director or Circus Manager.
The following is taken from german wiki:
Posted 10 December 2015 - 07:27 AM
Cleaning up my harddisc, I stumbled upon this small render while the project still was done in A:M. As it's a quick test there's no anti-aliasing or anything, but the A:M renderer never the less is one of the best renderers around (imho).
(and high praise indeed about A:M's renderer, since you've been testing so many of them...good to know, now I don't have to test!)
Posted 10 December 2015 - 09:59 AM
I like the styling of that. Its within that range where you cant help but wonder if parts are CG, parts are stopmotion and if all the various elements have been composited together.