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Man I don't even want to ask how long it took to model animate and render that stuff... I started in the Late 90's On Newtek Lightwave 3D then moved to 3D studio Max... But could never Get my Legs in  MAYA (I really dislike Maya. Perhaps if I learned it first but back then it was a $15,000 Program and you had to have a $10,000 computer to run it!) 

What did you use for this? I see by the credits only about 4 people worked on this.

If I had to make something I would probably use Cinema 4D + After effects.

Any How: Verrry Cool.

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On 3/18/2018 at 11:15 PM, Juxx989 said:

Man I don't even want to ask how long it took to model animate and render that stuff... I started in the Late 90's On Newtek Lightwave 3D then moved to 3D studio Max... But could never Get my Legs in  MAYA (I really dislike Maya. Perhaps if I learned it first but back then it was a $15,000 Program and you had to have a $10,000 computer to run it!) 

What did you use for this? I see by the credits only about 4 people worked on this.

If I had to make something I would probably use Cinema 4D + After effects.

Any How: Verrry Cool.

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It took waaaaaayyyy to long lol, I did everything VFX related on my own, hence why it took so long for me to complete, I also had little to no knowledge of 3D animating prior. I used element 3D inside after effects for 98% of it all. Used blender for some modeling. Id be getting close to finishing when I'd suddenly have a cool idea for a sequence and figured it would be a good time to learn. The original script for this film was 4 pages, ended up being a 15 minute film, yikes! got a little carried away haha, I couldn't imagine working with #D animation a few years ago. Thanks for watching! :D 

On 3/18/2018 at 11:33 PM, Matthew Hartman said:

@MicahMahaffey

Great stuff. I've been following your stuff for a couple years now. Great addition. 

THANKS! :) I appreciate the viewership 

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1 hour ago, MicahMahaffey said:

It took waaaaaayyyy to long lol, I did everything VFX related on my own, hence why it took so long for me to complete, I also had little to no knowledge of 3D animating prior. I used element 3D inside after effects for 98% of it all. Used blender for some modeling. Id be getting close to finishing when I'd suddenly have a cool idea for a sequence and figured it would be a good time to learn. The original script for this film was 4 pages, ended up being a 15 minute film, yikes! got a little carried away haha, I couldn't imagine working with #D animation a few years ago. Thanks for watching! :D 

THANKS! :) I appreciate the viewership 

Ever come up to WA? 

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On 4/13/2018 at 5:40 PM, IronFilm said:

Impressed it is just Element 3D with a teeny teeny bit of Blender 

Yeah it was pretty difficult not gonna lie! I've since jumped full force into blender since the 2.8 update and it's been a truly amazing tool! Highly recommended for any filmmakers out there. Element 3D is great, but obviously its very limited in comparison and more designed for 3D motion graphics. BUT! It was the best beginner 3D tool out there at the time. 

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40 minutes ago, sev7en said:

Great work dear and yes... The NX1 is my camera too and I love it!

Did you apply the mods published on this forum?

Nope! This was shot like a few weeks after the NX1 released.

It took a bit to finish because of all the VFX. Man do I wish I knew about the nx1 mod! (just did a quick search to see what you were talking about)

This is the first im hearing of it! The NX1 isnt my main camera now but I still use it all the time, Will definitely put the mod on it! 

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2 hours ago, MicahMahaffey said:

Nope! This was shot like a few weeks after the NX1 released.

It took a bit to finish because of all the VFX. Man do I wish I knew about the nx1 mod! (just did a quick search to see what you were talking about)

This is the first im hearing of it! The NX1 isnt my main camera now but I still use it all the time, Will definitely put the mod on it! 

It is the way and get a F1.4! You will make dreams! (check my thread in the forum).

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