1. Em busca da vitória

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    from Pilotto Studio Added 0 0 0

    Perder e vencer. Vencer e perder... O que todos almejamos? Em busca da vitória. Modelo e atleta: Gabriel Souza Agência: 40 Graus Models Cinematografo e direção: Felipe Pilotto Style: Guilherme Tripa Soundtrack: "Romeo and Juliete - Fantas / Fan" Tchaikovsky Montage : Pilotto Studio

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    • Yscariot Returns!

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      from Marcus Medina Added 1 0 0

      Yscariot's first fight in 2015!!!

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      • NC Marine Asks Famous Female Fighter to Ball

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        No word on her response.

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        • "L Craft" formation flying

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          from Mike James Added 1 0 0

          Using the "Volume Cloud fly thru" movie originally released as a demo of volumetrics in MODO 601, I created this scene. First, I converted the movie to an image sequence, then loaded it into a new scene, where some slight movements of both the L Craft and the camera were added. Then, I rendered this as an image sequence, and added a sound clip from Apple's "Garage Band".

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          • NES Streetfighter

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            3D NES controller animated with the sound effects of StreetFighter.

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            • Romanian Air Force - RoAF 71st Air Base - Campia Turzii - Promo 2

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              Romanian Air Force - RoAF 71st Air Base - Campia Turzii - Promo 2 The Romanian Air Force 71st Air Base (Baza 71 Aeriană) is located near the town of Câmpia Turzii, in Cluj County. The 71st Airbase was founded on 1 June 2002, according to the Romanian Armed Forces reorganization program. Since its foundation, the unit has become one of the best units of the Air Force thanks to the pilots' proficiency in carrying out flight missions, day and night and all-weather, and to the responsibility of the logistic support personnel. In January 2001, the unit received the first MIG-21 LanceR fighter planes, and the pilots started the transition to the new model. The base is home to the 711st, 712nd Fighter squadrons, operating MiG-21 LanceRs and to the 713rd, 714th Helicopter squadrons, operating IAR-330s. The Câmpia Turzii military airfield was built between 1952 and 1953, and was home of the Soviet-made Ilyushin Il-10 attack aircraft. In 1969, an air defence unit was created on the airfield in order to provide protection against air attacks. In 1980 a paratrooper regiment was founded and assigned to the Campia Turzii. On June 30, 1982, the first fighter squadron was assigned at the air base, which in 1986 became the 71st Fighter Regiment. In 1987, when the air base finally became fully operational and operated MiG-21 fighters.[1] On January 24, 2001 the unit was the first one to receive the modernized MiG-21 LanceR fighters. On July 1, 2002, according to a Romanian Armed Forces reorganization and modernization program, the 71st Air Base was officially founded. During late-2004, the RoAF 93rd Air Base is disbanded and its helicopter units were relocated at the 71st base. Since then, the 71st Air Base participated to a large number of national/multinational military exercises and training missions. Also, it often participated in various humanitarian missions, in cooperation with other Romanian Government institutions A Royal Canadian Air Force detachment of 4 x McDonnell Douglas CF-18 Hornets was based here between unknown and August 26, 2014 when the detachment was moved to Šiauliai International Airport for Baltic Air Policing duties.[5] In March of 2015, an advance group of four A-10's of the U.S. Air Force arrived to take part in an exercise. “Dacian Thunder 2015” operation, planned for the period between Mar. 27 and Jul. 7. 2015, which will involve 350 soldiers and 12 A-10s.

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              • Jump

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                from Andrei Curta Added 394 7 0

                Pareidolian spear fighter tries to reshape, reshape and reshape.

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                • The (future) History of the "L Craft"

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                  from Mike James Added 14 1 0

                  The story of this future fighter concept, from 2040. (Modeled and rendered in MODO 901)

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                  • Spiderfighter- Drawn Up Plan

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                    This is music video for the band Spiderfighter. The Name of the song is "Drawn Up Plan". The band is based out of Worcester, MA.

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                    • Romanian Air Force - RoAF 71st Air Base - Campia Turzii - Promo 4

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                      Romanian Air Force - RoAF 71st Air Base - Campia Turzii - Promo 4 The Romanian Air Force 71st Air Base (Baza 71 Aeriană) is located near the town of Câmpia Turzii, in Cluj County. The 71st Airbase was founded on 1 June 2002, according to the Romanian Armed Forces reorganization program. Since its foundation, the unit has become one of the best units of the Air Force thanks to the pilots' proficiency in carrying out flight missions, day and night and all-weather, and to the responsibility of the logistic support personnel. In January 2001, the unit received the first MIG-21 LanceR fighter planes, and the pilots started the transition to the new model. The base is home to the 711st, 712nd Fighter squadrons, operating MiG-21 LanceRs and to the 713rd, 714th Helicopter squadrons, operating IAR-330s. The Câmpia Turzii military airfield was built between 1952 and 1953, and was home of the Soviet-made Ilyushin Il-10 attack aircraft. In 1969, an air defence unit was created on the airfield in order to provide protection against air attacks. In 1980 a paratrooper regiment was founded and assigned to the Campia Turzii. On June 30, 1982, the first fighter squadron was assigned at the air base, which in 1986 became the 71st Fighter Regiment. In 1987, when the air base finally became fully operational and operated MiG-21 fighters.[1] On January 24, 2001 the unit was the first one to receive the modernized MiG-21 LanceR fighters. On July 1, 2002, according to a Romanian Armed Forces reorganization and modernization program, the 71st Air Base was officially founded. During late-2004, the RoAF 93rd Air Base is disbanded and its helicopter units were relocated at the 71st base. Since then, the 71st Air Base participated to a large number of national/multinational military exercises and training missions. Also, it often participated in various humanitarian missions, in cooperation with other Romanian Government institutions A Royal Canadian Air Force detachment of 4 x McDonnell Douglas CF-18 Hornets was based here between unknown and August 26, 2014 when the detachment was moved to Šiauliai International Airport for Baltic Air Policing duties.[5] In March of 2015, an advance group of four A-10's of the U.S. Air Force arrived to take part in an exercise. “Dacian Thunder 2015” operation, planned for the period between Mar. 27 and Jul. 7. 2015, which will involve 350 soldiers and 12 A-10s.

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