Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Particle11


This animation was so much fun to make. Click here to be redirected to the download page. I hope you enjoy it and I look forward to your comments.

15 Comments:

Blogger Sonia said...

Hi Gina,
I just download the animation and I like it so much. Very cool!
Well done! Thank you very much!

2:55 PM  
Anonymous Martha said...

Gina, how cool! This robot is very cute! You have a great imagination...and also technical ability. I am sure is not easy to get the robot motion right.

8:03 PM  
Blogger Gina said...

Thank you very much sonia, for taking the time to download and comment. I really appreciate it!

1:30 AM  
Blogger Gina said...

martha - So glad you like it and thank you for your kind words! You bring a big smile to my face.

1:42 AM  
Blogger weirdbunny said...

Gina I'm just loving your animation site. My 10 year old thinks it's so cool too. He loves the brutus film, but Gwenny loves the valeantines day one. No doubt we 'll see your animation on the big screen soon.

2:38 AM  
Blogger weirdbunny said...

Gina I'm just loving your animation site. My 10 year old thinks it's so cool too. He loves the brutus film, but Gwenny loves the valeantines day one. No doubt we 'll see your animation on the big screen soon.

2:38 AM  
Anonymous Wendy said...

Gina I have called here following a recommendation from weirdbunny I have looked at a few of your animations..........fantastic . You are very talented.

8:46 AM  
Blogger Gina said...

Thank you so much weirdbunny, it's lovely to hear your kind thoughts. I'm so glad the kids are enjoying the flix, that's always so nice to know!

5:41 PM  
Blogger Gina said...

Hi Wendy, she sure is a doll isn't she! Thanks for checking out my work, that always means a lot to me. It's nice having you here!

5:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Basically a gentle radial gradient is what I was talking about. I guessed that the animation was seperate from the particle stuff. I was talking about a gentle masking out of the particles so that the edges are less bright than the center. It would frame the robot a bit more that way.... keep the attention on the animation instead of the eye's tendency to follow faster motion (following particles to the edge of the screen).

Just a mild suggestion, that is all.

I do that with photography. I use photoshop to burn out the edges. Almost like a vinette (I always spell that wrong).

BTW, I am hoping we see some kind of update to Combustion come out of SIGGRAPH. Autodesk has really neglected rapid development of combustion. Mostly because it competes with their higher end systems.

BTW, just an FYI.

There is a new online training unit called FXPHD.com and Gary Davis is teaching the 3DS Max classes over there. It is all video training delivered over the net via bit torrent.

Gary is also teaching the TOXIC class as well.

I signed up for it, but I've been so busy I have not watched but a fraction of the vids.

Just thought you might want to know about it given that Gary is the guy that wrote a few combustion books and is a very savvy and experienced Max user. He is the guy that goes to SIGGRAPH and NAB for Autodesk to show off TOXIC, Combustion and Max.

The guy knows his stuff.

Mike James
VFXpodcast.com

6:34 PM  
Anonymous cruststation said...

Haha, this is really cool and makes me smile so much fun!

12:44 AM  
Blogger Jonh Neo said...

Great Work!!!
this is a good link you can refer Art Collection

4:50 AM  
Blogger Lady K said...

You crack me up. Your humor is wicked. And I'm utterly jealous!!! :)

When you animate, you also animate the watcher...

12:16 AM  
Blogger Gina said...

Thank you cruststation, so glad to bring a smile to you, doing so brings one to me : )

10:43 PM  
Blogger Gina said...

lady k, you are the sweetest, smartest and most understanding audience ever!

10:43 PM  

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