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i have done further tweaking to the displace modifiers (the wobbling effect) and i think this version is an improvement.

from my work in progress, psy ambient trance, music video project.

visit my youtube channel to see my archive of test animations and eventually the finished product.

www.youtube.com/user/rattyredemption
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it's just an abstract model from my music video project i'm working on.
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umm,pretty good,lol!!
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freaky fun

I would like to see a bit more organic movement from it but it is great
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cool, thanks bear. any suggestions for the movement?

these models are rigged with virtual bones so i can pose them in different positions, then animate between the various poses.
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go look at how an Octopus moves [link] [link]
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thanks for those links, we're thinking along the same lines, as one of the other models i've been slowly working on for this project is an alien jellyfish.

here's a very early animation test of it's body and tentacles, but without it's dome. also the animation is quite robotic (stiff looking) so i need to do a lot more work on that:

[link]

the objects in the latest videos here on da, weren't originally intended to look, or behave, like creatures, although over the time i've been developing them i've realized they could be.

saying that, the concept for this one was that the large globule type object is being suspended by thick strands (as opposed to actual tentacles with tips to them) with the ends of the strands attached to the background (environment) object, seen here in a recent test:

[link]

and eventually i intend the smaller jellyfish to be swimming/flying around the other objects.
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