Stylization of sunset timelapse by Mitchell Santine Gould of General Picture as an animation test for "This Beginning of Me," cinepoetry based upon Walt Whitman's poem, "As Nearing Departure." Walt Whitman Animated character designed by Mitchell Santine Gould and animated using iClone 5. Source cinematography by aleksandarnako.
What a teaser and what a showoff - great promotion clip and it´s so nice to see what can be atrieved from a master off toon shading in iClone 5. @ safegaard
Hey! Want to Win $100? - Make a Great 2011 Expo Promo Video and Send it to Us We are ready to give $100 dollars to the winner of our “Make a Great 2011 Expo Promo Video”. All ya have to do is make a...
I’m constantly reminded now of the things I CAN do in iClone that I used to do in Max and import to iClone. The physics alone really enhance what can be done in iClone and how quickly. I just posted a new tutorial on how to use physics – gravity in particular – to scatter objects and also how to move them such as a strong wind blowing. This all came about from the need to have bodies and debris floating out the hole created by an explosion as a space freighter passes by the camera.
Stoke Your Fires Film Festival working in partnership with Staffordshire University is looking for a new animated sting to take centre stage at the 2012… (RT @StokeYourFires: We've just launched our Animated Sting Competition, open to film and animation...
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We're extending the Expo deadline for two days! We know you’ve got EXPO ON THE BRAIN what with the submission deadline looming. So, we’ve decided to give you TWO MORE DAYS! Yes, kids, you have the... (We're extending the Expo deadline for two days!
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