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  1. I am not sure if people are aware of this, but I just did a small test and it works... You can even use one decal (UV set) to layer color maps with transparency over each other. Not sure if it helps a lot (maybe with 3d painting it could be nice for instance to animate wounds or skin changes or something like that?) but it was an interesting thing for me... Best regards *Fuchur* video_stacking_color_maps_on_each_other.mp4 decal_texture_layering.zip
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  2. Hi everybody, I think everybody knows that and it just recently drove me nuts again... this small little stand for keyboards which break and a totally fine keyboard is just no longer pleasant to be used and you would need to throw it away which is totally wasteful if you ask me... So I bought a thousands of dollar 3d printer and printed something out to get over tha... Not really... it has been used in many, many instances like that over the last 7 years or so and I think it should be fine today especially if you count in the fun I had with it . Here is the result and the bro
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  3. It looks like the iframe did not work. Here's a link: -Vance
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  4. Thanks David! Here are a couple of the still renders from the video, going to start assembling my shot with what I've all modeled so far.
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  5. This is just a preview of what I'm working on. Hope you like it😀
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  6. Third and perhaps final movie in the Prismatic series, Prismatic Dance is made from one video clip and an audio track. No sprites in this movie. The single model used in the choreography is a simple block shape with 4 spheres. The same light-box color pattern (TGA image sequence) from the other Prismatic movies is decaled onto each of the spheres. The spheres are Boolean cutters. As the spheres move, grow, and shrink over the course of the animation, they transfer the color patterns to the carved out surfaces of the block. Here is a wireframe/shaded birds-eye view of the cho 2 mi
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  7. i took the liberty to convert it to mp4 using MiroVideo Converter. evolutions04_web.mp4
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  8. Update with a blurry Dish Soap bottle and a few other adjustments
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  9. Looks good, Vance!
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  10. Hopefully we will se the finished video!
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  11. Looking good Vance! Can't wait to see it with music.
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  12. You even designed an own label in Illustrator for the soap... Man that was just great to watch :). Best regards *Fuchur*
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  13. Great stuff, Michael!
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  14. got a bit closer just ran out of time
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  15. Similar to Prismatic Fracture, this movie is composited from two clips made in A:M. The first clip (the color pattern) is the same as was used in Fracture. It is used in four tracks in DaVinci Resolve. The bottom track is the base clip with Composite mode = Normal. Tracks 2, 3, and 4 are this clip image-flipped horizontally, vertically, and horizontally/vertically with Composite mode = Add to achieve a symmetrical image: The second clip (the black and white pattern) uses the same black-edged white square sprite as Fracture, but the emitter is a truncated cone.
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  16. just tinkering around quick trial of idea reflect.prj
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  17. Some more details bringing the story elements together.
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  18. Brilliant. Love it.
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  19. Some dustiness and edge shading to help Pepper stand out a little more.
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  20. Some progress on the scene, working on adding a few other elements like toothpicks and wall decorations... composited with aftereffects.
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  21. Happy Birthday Robert!
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  22. Thanks once again, Robcat. And also, once again, Happy Birthday!
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  23. Come and get it, Ladies!
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  24. TSM2 rig test...
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