1. Present3D makes it possible to export image sequences of your animated Volumes and the easiest way to combine these so you can fade between sequences captured using different transfer functions or CLUT's is bring the sequences into Apple's Motion and apply the fades and any other effects, or text that is required.

    Present3D is free and open source.
    Find out more about Present3D at : present3d.org

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  2. Assembly of the Lego set 10179 from Star Wars Ultimate collector series in stop motion in 3d. Created using 3ds max and V-ray. A very long work over 3 years, modelling all the pieces by myself. and rendered frame by frame.
    Edit: Thanks everibody for all the coments, i'm surprised!
    Edit2: The link of my new video!!!!!!!!!: vimeo.com/49337857

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  3. UPDATE: I would like to thank you all very very much and I am very happy that you like my shortfilm ... :')
    If you like to support my work please visit my Society6 Art Print Store: http://society6.com/scriblab Thank you very much! :)

    More information at
    http://www.scriblab.de/?p=726
    http://www.scriblab.de
    http://www.taleofmrrevus.de

    The animated shortfilm “The Tale Of Mr. Rêvus” is my (Marius Herzog) graduation (Diploma) film, produced at the Georg-Simon-Ohm Hochschule – University Of Applied Sciences, Nuremberg.

    The challenge of this movie was to reproduce the entire production process of an animated 3D shortfilm by myself including story development, concept design, modelling, rigging, directing, editing, animating, rendering and finally compositing (see credits).

    The amazing score orchestrated by Simon Scharf student at the Hochschule für Musik Nuremberg (HfM) has been conducted by Guido Johannes Rumstadt, played by the orchestra of the HfM and recorded by Toni Hinterholzinger.

    Special thanks to all the kind people who supported me in a very tough time especially my beloved family, Prof. Jürgen Schopper and Tobias Wiesner. This movie wouldn´t exist without you...

    Besides the actual technical and creative production the story turned into a very personal metaphor.

    Thanks for watching!

    Awards:
    2013 Computer Space - International Computer Art Forum - Computer Animation (Nominated)
    2011 Raymond Loewy Foundation Junior Designer Award - Honorable Mention
    2011 Art Directors Club (ADC) - Silver
    2010 Animago - Best Young Production (Nominated)

    Credits:
    Direction, Story, Animation etc. - Marius Herzog
    Music (Composer) - Simon Scharf
    Conductor - Guido Johannes Rumstadt
    Score Recording - Toni Hinterholzinger
    Orchestra - Orchestra of HfM Nürnberg
    Narratress - Melanie Kurhan
    Narrationtext - Melanie Kurhan,Thomas Beyerlein, Marius Herzog
    Sound - Lars Fischer
    Compositing - Tobias Wiesner (Lead), Marius Herzog
    Endtitle animation - Melanie Lukhaup
    Projectadvisor - Prof. Jürgen Schopper

    Creditmusic by Maya Nadir and Lars Fischer:
    http://mayanadir.net and http://www.fischerlars.de

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  4. This week we begin construction on a DIY kino flo style light that will be battery operated and fully submersible for use in our underwater shoots!

    Find part two at vimeo.com/28637278

    Follow the project on theunderwaterrealm.com

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  5. Inspired by Todd Alcott's poem, Television.
    http://www.handcraftfilms.com

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