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magnumstar
02-12-2005, 04:42 AM
I'm fairly new to cinema4d and 3d in general. I made a few counter-strike(pc game) maps in a 3d level creator awhile ago. This is my third 3D image render in cinema4d. Its ok I guess.. Also below is link for an animation I made which was my first 3D animation, I stayed up all night fiddling and trial and erroring with animation section in cinema4d and came up with a kinda cool little animation I think.

ANIMATION :icon_excl : http://gfxconn.nationgaming.com/Rocco/PP.zip (26mb quicktime file zipped with winzip)

IMAGE :icon_excl :
http://gfxconn.nationgaming.com/Rocco/newspidy2.jpg

Also heres another one with more spidys :)
http://gfxconn.nationgaming.com/Rocco/newspidy3.jpg


Which one do you like more? Constructive criticism is craved for new artist.!!!

RickardAx
02-12-2005, 09:19 AM
Hi
I like the tone in the blue parts. Maybe you should bevel the edges i little bit to get better highlights.
Rickard

magnumstar
02-12-2005, 11:20 PM
Thanks alot bud, Any other freakin feedback? Common people reply theirs a animation and images!

magnumstar
02-13-2005, 12:41 AM
Any other replys here for me?

Uncle-Ox
02-13-2005, 01:43 AM
Hi

I like the overall look of the images, especially the depth of the glass part. The animation looks cool also - love the defraction.

If I may make a suggestion:
27MB for the 5-10sec animation is a little rough just to show your work for crits. I was a little disappointed when I downloaded it and only got a little piece of anim (although it looked great).
You might want to reconsidder the compression on your mov's.

magnumstar
02-13-2005, 01:50 AM
Ya ii already was told the file is way to large for a animation that short. I was told to compress the file with Quicktime using 3vix. I'm encoding now. Thanks for the kind words.

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