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smaragden
11-18-2005, 02:18 AM
Mad Crew (http://www.madcrew.se) Have started a blog at blog.madcrew.se (http://blog.madcrew.se). The idea is to share our experiments, scripts, animations, concepts and alot of junk to. When you are a little studio of three friends with many crazy ideas, it happens alot inhouse that never leaves the office. This is our way to let the world taste some of the Mad Crew folly.

Bon Appétit
/Smaragden

blog: blog.madcrew.se (http://blog.madcrew.se)
homepage: www.madcrew.se (http://www.madcrew.se)

pogonip
11-18-2005, 02:42 AM
Good stuff I really liked that compositing demo ...:buttrock:

smaragden
11-18-2005, 03:14 AM
Thank you, it will be more of that stuff.

/Smaragden

ntmonkey
11-18-2005, 03:30 AM
That is awesome that you are able to share stuff like that. I wish more productions would do so. Sadly, NDA's and other legalities make sharing information as we work rather impossible.

I would like to see more independent studios start doing the same. Thank you guys for putting up such valueable information.

peace,

Lu

smaragden
11-18-2005, 03:54 AM
I will share a whole lot of stuff in the near future, i just have to go thru all the scripts and stuff we use and make sure everything is clean and that everyone i have borrowed code snippets from get's credited etc. I'm working on an inhouse rig that will be really nice that i will put up on the blog when it's finished.

Regards
/Smaragden

Mechis
11-18-2005, 08:50 AM
Pretty cool. I wanted to leave a comment in your blog, but the "add comment" function wasn't working.

How would you do the head-replacement compositing if you were doing an animation? Would you do it manually, frame by frame? Or some kind of tracking software?

Thanks,
Mechis

CGmonkey
11-18-2005, 09:22 AM
Cool idé!

I'm gonna follow this one!

smaragden
11-18-2005, 11:24 AM
Pretty cool. I wanted to leave a comment in your blog, but the "add comment" function wasn't working.

How would you do the head-replacement compositing if you were doing an animation? Would you do it manually, frame by frame? Or some kind of tracking software?

Thanks,
Mechis

Thank you for pointing out that the commenting didn't work, now it does.
As for animation we actually tought of doing that next with Zulkifar. We have never done that kind of tracking before thats why we want to try it. We thought of using some kind of collar with tracking points. This doesn't mean that we can avoid doing it manually, frame by frame, but hopefully it gives us a good startingpoint. Hope we get hold of a video camera soon so that we can share the result.

Regards
/Smaragden

Apoclypse
11-18-2005, 01:17 PM
Cool. I guess I'll be visiting regurlarly.

Velk
11-18-2005, 02:51 PM
Very cool idea, I've added your blog to the blogs I check.

Mechis
11-18-2005, 10:28 PM
>As for animation we actually tought of doing that next with Zulkifar

Cool! I can't wait to see what you produce.

Mechis

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