1. A6/A9


    from pibyte Added 1,072 44 3

    "A peaceful landscape is getting engulfed by endless concrete reptiles. Their multiple laned tarmac skins are melting to enormous constructions of insanity. When two of these creatures meet - more terror is about to hatch." This 3d animated short film (2'54") was produced with in three weeks at the 'Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg' during the experimental class 'Filmgestaltung 1' tutored by Professor Jochen Kuhn. The film was written, directed and animated by Johannes Schiehsl. Sounddesign: David Christiansen. Filmakademie BW 2007 Festivals & Awards: 'Special Jury Mention' Asolo Art Film Festival, Italy 2007 Nomination for 'Deutscher Nachwuchsfilmpreis' - Up- and Coming Festival 2007 Hannover, Germany Anima Mundi 2009, Brazil Annecy 2008 - Nomination for Best Graduation Film, France Annecy 2009 - Germany Panorama, France Ars Electronica Animation Festival 2008, Austria Tampere Film Festival 2008, Finnland Chitrakatha International Student Animation Festival 2007, India Cronosfera Science Art Festival 2008, Italy International Animated Film Festival Krok 2008, Russia Utopiales Nantes 2008, France KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival 2008, Netherlands Festival du film de Vendome 2009, France 41st Sitges Film Festival 2008, Catalonia Zlínský pes 2008, Czech Republic Filmforum NRW, Germany Festivalul CineMAiubit 2008, Romania Fernsehfilmfest Cologne Conference 2008, Germany Trickfilmfestival Wiesbaden 2007, Germany Landshuter Kurzfilmfestival 2008, Germany Tehran International Animation Festival 2009, Iran Basauri-Bizkaia International Animated Film Festival 2009, Spain Festival Némo 2009, France iShorts zkratka filmy 2009, Czech Republic Rythmetic International Experimental Animated Film Festival 2010, France EXPO 2010 World's Fair Shanghai, China www.pibyte.net www.filmakademie.de

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    • Zbrush Part 6: Merging Meshes and Keeping Detail


      from Tom Jordan Added 4,738 31 2

      This is a process I use to merge two meshes and retain any presculpted details. Dynamesh is great for merging meshes together, but details are usually lost. The basic process to retain them is: -Duplicate detailed subtool -Dynamesh the duplicate to combine meshes into one seamless mesh -Zremesh the new merged mesh to get a clean, lower poly flow -Subdivide the new mesh a few times so it can "hold" the details -Project the initial detailed mesh onto the new clean mesh -Say mesh a lot of times :) -Party

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      • Association Framework


        from Alex Crockett Added 59 1 1

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        • Newborn posing with the help of Photoshop


          from Elizabeth Halford {dot} com Added 1,280 3 1

          Getting that perfect head-in-hands newborn pose by merging two photos together in Photoshop.

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          • Nature of skin


            from Elizabeth Sersta Added 252 7 1

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            • Characterization & Mocap Animation in MotionBuilder


              from Theo Majendie Added 1,112 8 1

              MotionBuilder Demonstration By Theo Majendie Includes: Character FBX Importing Characterization Tools & Settings Working with Story Animation - Looping & Merging Character Face Setup & Blend Shapes Reanimating Motion Capture Data Applying Optical Mocap Data To Actor Correcting Data & Filtering Fcurves Sourcing Actor & Plotting Character Rig Camera Settings & Rendering To find further videos and demonstrations please vist www.reality-bytes.co.uk

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              • M2W DVD Chapter 4 Lesson 4


                from Heather Griller Clark Added 5 0 0

                Medical Treatment

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                • M2W DVD Chapter 4 Lesson 5


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                  • M2W DVD Chapter 4 Lesson 7


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                    • M2W DVD Chapter 4 Lessons 8 & 9


                      from Heather Griller Clark Added 4 0 0

                      Education & Leisure Time

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