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09 September 2010, 02:18 AM
Hi everyone...
This is my first post here..
any critiques are welcomed

please notice that because of dead lines and shortage of visual effects references in arabic countries some parts are not that good...
and my main profession is animation not VfX so - Good willing - i'm posting more stuff soon..

If any one could supscribe to my channel on Youtube for supporting me,i'd be grateful..

VFX for "Elbawwabah 2" Egyptian Tv series 2009

By "El-sahar animation studio"

ibrahim mosa : VFX director - compositing -
aziz morgan : modelling car / 1st shot tire animation
anas mansour : modelling lower parts / texturing and render / car rig / camera tracking / animation -
mohammad saleh : car rig - most of it - / camera tracking / animation
mustafa reda : Digital painting - for pavement and asflat -
michael gerges : digital painting - helped in trexturing -

Software Used:

3ds max
corel painter

10 October 2010, 01:50 AM
Lighting and textures all look really nice. Dynamics look good... mostly. The bit at about 0:04 looks kinda wrong, it looks like the car's getting pulled around by some sort of invisible string or something.

10 October 2010, 10:54 PM
thx for your reply..
and i guess you're right,when i saw it in the edit Room i saw that,and i hoped the director will accept it because i had not to sleep well for about 2 weeks, i was sleeping in the studio.

and may be while animating, i was curious about how it will look in the end!!

any way,hope the upcoming will be much better

10 October 2010, 10:29 AM

trhanx for your comment...
and thank you for encouraging me...

and about this unnatural pulling feeling at 4:00, you're absolutely right..

i noticed that in the edit room..but as i mentioned before,Dead lines and at that time i couldn't sleep well for about 2 weeks, i slept in the i was praying that the director accept it.

nd i hope that the upcoming willbe much better

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