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  06 June 2005
Core Arsenal Pontiac Spots

This stuff is just beautiful!

Click the red dot.

Great job guys!!!
  06 June 2005
Very cool, but I guess this belongs in the Maya forum. :/
  06 June 2005
HEHE (sob)
  06 June 2005
Is it all Maya? I bet it's a combo of stuff.'s still good work...

  06 June 2005
We don't know if its maya--I have a feeling its all C4d with darfs tools--but I think Adam's point was that darfs switched to Maya.
  06 June 2005
Me no love. If you apply to this example of motion graphics the same high standard of criticism as you'd apply to the proper lighting of an interior architecture scene, it's not killer. Some forumites here do better than this with c4d (for the sake of avoiding a competition I'll avoid naming them though I've named them before--all better than me by a long shot btw). Actually it's hard to think of anyone working in this style in c4d. Dform1 would be generally similar off the top of my head, though he's a step above.

Part of it could be Pontiac. Not a client you'd expect to do great work for. Darf's done better too--Champ sports, in a different style, was far cooler.
  06 June 2005
This is awesome Motion-Design. Everything sticks together as one perfectly. One of my favourite parts is the particle explosion thing at the very beginning. GREAT Nice ideas with the highlight masking on the chasis of the car, superb.
To bad the plugins won't be available for C4D - But good lucj to the Maya peop's anyhow

  06 June 2005
you can't beat a bit of kasabian...

there are some nice elements in these...wonder how they did the smoke on the last one at the end...
One never knows what each day is going to bring. The important thing is to be open and ready for it.

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  06 June 2005
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