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This is a simple test a made to simulate volume inside a ball using a cloth sim in 3ds Max. I did this in 2 stages. First I simulated the ball by itself in a cloth sim applying Unyielding kinematics. Basically I animated the ball translating up on the z axis and let the sim take over afterward. I baked the animation into the object and made another sim in which the cloth plane reacts to the previous animation.

Rendered with Quicksilver.
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....Did...did you just see that ?

FULL VIEW please, it's an animation !


(Quick thingy because I was still in the TRON mood and searching for an idea for the first theme of the 100themes challenge's variation I chose, it was "Blink")

3 out of 100 ! [link]
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~Rainy Days in Chicago~

Winter is coming, and the rain got me in the mood to compose this new tune. Went acoustic this time, with piano and a smooth sax solo. The volume control will only affect the music - rain and thunder don't usually come with a volume control. ;p Some of you might remember my AS3 rain that I am reusing here for this piece.

Hope you like it and thanks for coming by!
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After much days of non stop working...
I give you the greatest battle ever!
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Una pequeña Animación del Juego BloodRayne Betrayal Para PS3 con la sexy Rayne, otra mata vampiros.

by WayForward
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Transformers Generation 1

G1 Decepticon Shockwave
1280 X 720
25 FPS

Transformers and all associated names are registered trademarks of Hasbro and Takara Tomy.
I'm in no way affiliated with or endorsed by Hasbro or Takara Tomy.
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:hmm: If you want to see this in high-resolution, you can go HERE ---> [link]. You can also find it on Youtube here ---> [link]

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- New 2011 Version!

I first got this idea when I came up with the Holiday House Tour project (which turned out to be an epic failure--but that's another story). Since I didn't have a pretty house to showcase, I thought I would pixellate one with fancy lighting and lawn ornaments. Then I got further inspiration from the many videos of actual houselight displays on YouTube. I wanted to tackle the challenge of creating a pixel-house light display choreographed to music. Since I'm an emoticonist, I wanted to tie-in emotes, thus the smaller house size.

This project was a true collaboration with *Ravenswd. I did the art and choreographed the lighting effects to the music. He is the one who put together the various pieces of animation, figured out most of the light timing, and made it sound pretty--which was no easy task. Thank goodness Jim is a math whiz, because it helped a ton with the timing. Still, there were parts of the song that drove us nuts trying to get it timed perfect with the lights.

The art is all mine, every pixel. Even the emote Santa is a blown-up version of my emote here ---> [link] The art was done entirely in Paint Shop Pro and Animation Shop, which are my preferred programs for emoticons. Though I worked with tons of layers, I created separate frames for each single and combination of lighting elements. While this took a lot of work, it helped immensely when putting the animation together, as frames could be moved around and switched out easily.

The music is "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" by Tchaikovsky. This version is performed by the amazing Kevin McLeod of the site Incompetech.com. If you frequent YouTube, you have probably heard his work, as Kevin has a large collection of original music he makes available under Creative Commons and is used widely by independent film makers. He is pure awesomesauce, so be sure to check out his website ---> [link]

The original animated gif (before conversion to Flash) is 575 frames. Since we could only work on it a bit here and there, it took us about 3 weeks to do it. I can't even tell you how many hours total, because we stopped counting after a while. Let's just say A LOT. The music part of the video is 1 minute 45 seconds, which is good, because any longer would have killed us.

That's it. If you like it, be sure to go by *Ravenswd and show him some love.

:nod: Oh, and for our die-hard fans...yes, the house is a version of the K's house from BMW. And that is Jim and me in emote version after the credits.

***:santa: Note, you MAY use this video on and off deviantART, without permission. The only thing we insist on is that you do not edit the video at all, and that the credit info at the end remains in-tact. Otherwise, feel free to share it, post it on your website, etc! ***
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