A project for my digital design class, working with flash for the first time. We were instructed to make a thirteen second long movie that converted one shape seamlessly into another, so, lots of shape tweening basically. I took the good ol nerdy route and had some star wars fun ^^
¡¡Un Jawa Sith!! Que sí que sí, que esos pequeños y monos ladrones de chatarra para la reventa del planeta Tatooine en el universo de Star Wars. Esos personajillos me encantaban, así que cogí uno y lo volví un Sith .
(Right click image and make sure loop and play are checked for continuous loop or Download for continuous loop) (Theres no loading screen yet so let the first laggy rotation go, it will smooth out after)
Characters Name: General Grievous "From Star Wars" Date Started: September 2nd 2007 Date Completed: March 1st 2009 Time Spent: 2 Months Programs Used: Animation Master, Maya, Zbrush, Photoshop, After effects My Personal Comments: YAY! Its finally done and not a moment to soon.
First of all, I know what you're thinking.. "2007 - 2009!!" xD After I finished modeling him in A:M I wanted to learn and use maya. And it took me a while to get it and figure it out. I only really started working on him again January 3rd this year.
But what a year this has been so far. When I got maya in March last year, all I was doing was learning modeling. Thats all I ever did in animation. But in order to finish this character I had to learn more. So within the last month and a half I have learned: UV mapping Zbrush "making and exporting detail on the model" Rigging Lighting Rendering And a hell of alot of other small things
There are a few things I know I did wrong.. or could have done better with more weeks of trying to learn. (my main thing at this moment is that I cant get it to continously rotate.. but I'll work on that) But I think you all will agree I have waited to long.
This is the hardest model I have worked on and IMO, My best work. I am very proud and would love to hear what everyone has to say.
I've hardly upload any of my animations on DA, mostly because of some copyright issues as i often uses commercial music and stuffs.
But isn't it weird if I'm an animator and there's no animation stuff over here to share?
Therefore I've edited out some of my older crappy Star Wars stuffs and compiled it into a short video. No background music, no voices. Just simple sound effects. And i assumed SW sound effects are free to use, since they encourages fanfic films and provided the sound effects.
Oh and if you are interested in viewing the complete version of the flash animations. Here are they...
Clash Of The Sith -2007 [link] Star Wars Extravaganza -2007 [link] Sith Confrontation 2 -2006 [link]
EDIT: Fri, Sept 20, 2013 - Hot damn, I took my sweet ass time to fix this... Alright, well, I apologize. The fonts SHOULD be fixed by now. I have no easy way of checking again, considering my PC is just a collection of scrap junk now. So if the fonts don't look right or seem out of place, PLEASE, let me know!
EDIT: Tue, July 2, 2013 - So I had to find out the hard way that some fonts don't work on the computers they aren't downloaded on. I went onto my second computer and looked at this and realized the fonts are all wrong. This will be fixed in an update soon and the text will be given the correct font.
Lo and behold, for the Flash Die Roller hath come forth. If thou art in need of thy dice, seek no longer.
*Clears Throat* Alright, so I've been away from Flash for quite a while. For too long, if you ask me. I had plans to make certain specific stuff, but those ideas never got off the ground. Consider this an attempt to get back into Flash (which, it worked). The background parchment and the die/coin sounds were all made entirely by me. The font of the text in this file is supposed to be Cloister Black (A type of medieval-looking font, for those who don't know it by name). There's been many a time I've heard of a friend not having dice for D&D, so this is, in part, for them as well. So I present this to you all, in the hopes that you all get some good use out of it.
Included in this die rolling program are the six essential and more widely used dice, including a D20, D12, D10, D8, D6, and a D4. I threw a coin in there as an added bonus. The probability of each number or result for each die is equal to every other number on their respective dice (This program will only randomly select a number between 1 and 20, 1 and 12, and so on). But I would still recommend, however, asking your DM or whoever is in charge of the game if you may use this program in lieu of dice in your games. Enjoy.
On a side note, I'm thinking I might do different styled die rollers, maybe like a futuristic sci-fi theme, or a much more mystic theme or whatnot.
Oh yeah, and that parchment was SUPPOSED to be for the RPG Book Flash I was GOING to make, buuuuuut... that one kinda fell through the cracks, like most others did. But I might just pick it up again soon.
R200 of the human army, on a mission to a distant planet enemy. concept, modeling, rigging, texture, animation, made entirely by me with C4D except plants that come from the software library. En fait c'est tout fait à l'arrache JS