View Full Version : Updated Ladybug Animation
08-13-2005, 01:34 AM
Hello....I was going to append this to my old ladybug thread...but then I figured that since this can pretty much stand on its own, it would be better to start afresh :)
Anyways, over the past 2 days I've been working on shot 2 of the ladybug fall animation. Special thanks to Danny Robashkin once again for helping me with some compositing stuff! Although this shot almost sets up the ladybug scene for a whole storyline or whatever, this is the last time I'll be going back to the ladybug at this point.
3dsmax 7 and the standard scanline renderer as usual.
*Also please note that the beginning of the original animation (http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?t=260548&highlight=ladybug) (where the ladybug climbs the leaf) has been chopped off for this shot, to maintain a maximum 5-second clip duration. This clip was specifically created for a relatively fast-paced FX reel, so that's why we're going for maximum efficiency when it comes to shot duration :D
Ladybug Fall (Divx, 1mb) (http://www.theonlyt.com/Main/Animations/final_ladybug.avi)
08-13-2005, 03:26 AM
amazing and inspirational work as always! :)
how's your new job going so far?
hope everything's well, keep up the great work!
can u plz tell me how u did composition? i mean did u model those trees? it;s looking gr8. i like it.
but animation looks to dark 2 me.i can;t see much.but when bug falls down then there i can see the scene prperly.
but still it looks gr8.
PS:: ur old ladybug animation looks much better than this.coz in ur old animation i can see the whole scene properly.there was no dark in the animation.this animation looks too dark.
08-13-2005, 03:05 PM
Thanks for the comments :)
The new job is going great! I love it here at MAKE.
As for the darkness....it's definitely a problem with the brightness/contrast of your monitor if it's too dark. This clip was color-corrected on both a properly calibrated monitor and tv-screen so the brightness/contrast of the actual clip should be fine :)
08-13-2005, 04:02 PM
Amazing! And to think that it's only 4 seconds! Amazing!!!
08-13-2005, 04:02 PM
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