Airplane, Clouds, Animated Textures

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  02 February 2005
Airplane, Clouds, Animated Textures

Hi all. I just thought I would see what you think about this. The plane model came from a cd that was included in (i think) last month's 3d world mag. I just adjusted it so the decals didn't show.

This is supposed to simulate the plane sending out a radar signal and detecting turbulance up ahead. The wings automatically adjust accordingly. I used After effects to create the animated textures that represent data traveling to the wings and fins. This is one portion of a much larger project, which has already been completed, so I probably won't be messing with this much anymore.

I would still like to know what you think of the lighting and over all appeal.

Here is the link:
William Clint Parker
3d Animation
2d Motion Graphics
Video Editing
Recording Arts

Last edited by Spiffjackson : 02 February 2005 at 12:29 AM.
  02 February 2005
hey clint lookin good but i think the plane should look like it going a bit faster an then sudden stop chuck it do more like a slowmotion then cut to a differant angle if possible whatever works.
  02 February 2006
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