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  1. HomeSlice

    Sound design

    I'm not a "sound" guy so probably not the best person to make suggestions, but I can share what I observed when I worked with Angelo Panetta on SO. Angelo knows the whole sound design thing inside and out. Imagine what kind of environment your scene sits in and then imagine what sounds would be in that environment. Environment sounds don't have to be loud or very noticeable. Even barely audible sounds will have an impact when they are all layered together. Some common elements for an outdoor scene might be, wind blowing, leaves rustling, sounds from birds and other critters, water running in a stream etc. An inside environment might include things like a clock ticking, a radio or TV faintly audible, a refrigerator, a fan or air conditioner, cars driving by outside etc. A large hallway might include echoes from voices or footsteps far down the hall, doors opening and closing, elevator sounds, muzak playing over a speaker system etc. Also when a character moves they make sound. Footsteps, the sound of clothing brushing against itself, the sound of a person rubbing his/her face or scratching his/her head. These types of sound, from my limited experience, are often exaggerated. Is that the kind of thing you were looking for?
  2. Unfortunately, I will not be able to help out on this. I am busy packing up the house and will be moving to New Mexico some time in April.
  3. I'm not sure the LiteRig is the best rig to install into a dragon. A dragon is more like a quadruped and the basic LiteRig is designed for humanoid type characters. Unfortunately, the only alternative that I'm aware of (aside from creating your own ) is the quadruped option in The Setup Machine. Good Luck and let us know how it goes.
  4. This doesn't help you right now, but when you get back home, take a Sharpie and write the serial number on your AM disk. I can't count the number of times that simple act saved my bacon in the past.
  5. Not that I am aware of, but it is pretty easy to manually rotate those two sections how you want them. About half way through Emelio's fourth tutorial, "Modeling a Suspended Highway", he covers the "Keep Y Axis Parallel" option. Maybe that will help.
  6. Here are Emelio Le Roux's original Flash based tutorials on Sweeper. They are very good. (Emelio created the plugin). http://www.hash.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=41179 For those who like to go at a slower pace. Here is a pdf tutorial I made. http://www.hash.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=30336
  7. WooHoo! Another great model to play with. Thank you
  8. Woah .... didn't know you were a DnD fan. Nce dice!
  9. Next time you get a successful render, I wanna see a Screenshot of the Render Panel!
  10. The only two that seem really useful are "Wife's Birthday" and "Your Fly is Open".
  11. I don't think that would be possible. You can assign one CP to several groups, so what happens to the CP when you show some of those groups and hide some of the other ones?
  12. This might have something to do with the fact that A:M does it's internal calculations in centimeters. 37.5 cm = 14.8 inches. So the model was just converted to centimeters when A:M exported it.
  13. It sounds like a great subject for a story. I wish her all the luck in the world Gerry.
  14. HomeSlice

    The Artist

    yes!. You could call it "Brain Warp".
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