View Full Version : Still & Animation: Cactus
This is an old scene i did once and never posted here.
actually, i'm not sure why i recalled it all of a sudden... :rolleyes:
I would love to get your comments.
Max 4.2, Photoshop 6.0, Brazil Renderer, After Effects 5.0.
Thank in advance!
Here's a small animation:
And here's the making of:
06-23-2003, 09:34 PM
That looks great and very realistic.
Can u show me the texture u used for the floor?
just scroll down this page and you'll see the making of this texture:
06-23-2003, 10:03 PM
Looks pretty darn good.. although int he overhead shot the textur eont he wall falls apart.. offhand do you know what that cactus is called? I have a cactus collection... that's why I ask or is it imaginary ;-)
I didn't understand this sentence: "although int he overhead shot the textur eont he wall falls apart"
It's not taken from my imagination, tough lots of people think
it is because of it's shape and leaves :)
i searched a bit in google and i think it's called Madagascar Palm.
you can see it here (http://www.southerntropicals.com/galleries/Cactus%20&%20Succulants/pages/Pachypodium%20lamierei%20Madagascar%20Palm_jpg.htm) .
06-24-2003, 12:12 PM
Hey Meny, I like the stuff that you are doing , relly nice camera movement on this litle animation .... and the cactus is amazing also , :thumbsup:
BTW, Are you locking for a job or something?
06-24-2003, 06:04 PM
>>>I didn't understand this sentence: "although int he overhead shot the textur eont he wall falls apart"
Let me translate..
in the overhead shot the texture on the wall falls apart.
The camera gets close to the wall in the second render and the resolution of the texture on the wall becomes low res looking..
I'll keep an eye out for the Madagascar Palm.. it have some tall spiky cactuses but I like the leaves growing out of the top.
Thanks alot Ac0rN!
Actually i'm not on the job hunting at the moment
but i'm always open for new opportunities.
gmask, you're right about the low res of the texture.
this camera angle doesn't do any good with it.
01-15-2006, 12:00 PM
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