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Old 07 July 2013   #1
SCALE (animation) - Update: Making-of

UPDATE:
Short Making-Of
http://www.festivaldominuto.com.br/videos/33152


Scanning electron microscopy brings new insights into the behaviour of the common squidbug (dodecapus vulgaris).
You will also see globular springtails (collembola symphypleona) and a rock hyrax (procavia capensis).


click:
Vimeo

Music and sounds by Marek Truszkowski

Software:
Blender, Wings3d, Corel Photopaint

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Last edited by ania : 11 November 2013 at 06:08 PM.
 
Old 07 July 2013   #2
There's some nice stuff going on here; the rendering style definitely has an electron microscope feel to it, and the predator's design and animation definitely come across as menacing. My biggest critique is that the camera moves are a little distracting--it's not that the camera's moving too fast, but I think it changes too abruptly from moving to static, which is a little jarring. Good work though!
 
Old 08 August 2013   #3
Patfour thanks for your answer! I will try to improve the camera movement in my next animation.
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