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    [color="#333333"][font="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"][font="inherit"][size="2"]My name is Justinas Vencius, but my friends and family call me bliuska[/size][/font][font="inherit"][size="2"]. [/size][/font][font="inherit"][size="2"]I have been self educated motion graphics designer[/size][/font][font="inherit"][size="2"] for about 5 years now. The fir[/size][/font][font="inherit"][size="2"]st 2 years it was [/size][/font][font="inherit"][size="2"]more[/size][/font][font="inherit"][size="2"] like experiment, at that time I made [/size][/font][font="inherit"][size="2"]a [/size][/font][font="inherit"][size="2"]few short movies, basic graphics, video clips, gig videos[/size][/font][font="inherit"][size="2"], even starred in one full-length commercial movie (the non-believers can check my imdb: [/size][/font][i][font="inherit"][size="2"][url="http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2559440/"]link[/url][/size][/font][/i][i][font="inherit"][size="2"])[/size][/font][/i][font="inherit"][size="2"]. [/size][/font][font="inherit"][size="2"]3 years ago, my hobby became my profession: I [/size][/font][font="inherit"][size="2"]proudly[/size][/font][font="inherit"][size="2"] call myself[/size][/font][font="inherit"][size="2"] a professional motion graphics artist.[/size][/font][/font][/color]<br /> [color="#333333"][font="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"][font="inherit"] [/font][/font][/color]<br /> [font="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"][color="#333333"][size="2"]Self Promotion clip: [/size][/color][/font]<br /> [font="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"][color="#333333"][size="2"][youtube][url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfESE2LuFkU"]http://www.youtube.c...h?v=zfESE2LuFkU[/url][/youtube][/size][/color][/font]<br /> [font="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"][color="#333333"] [/color][/font]<br /> [font="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"][color="#333333"][size="2"]<br /> Portfolio: [url="http://tinyurl.com/38m8ldt"]http://tinyurl.com/38m8ldt[/url][/size][/color][/font]<br /> [font="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"][color="#333333"] [/color][/font][url="http://www.stonedkeyframe.com"]www.stonedkeyframe.com[/url]<br /> [font="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"][color="#333333"][size="2"][twitter]bliuska[/twitter]<br /> [/size][/color][/font]
  1. Thanks! It's just for fun and 3D skills training:)
  2. Here is my latest free time 3D project http://www.youtube.c...h?v=GS3Lqvm1fyc
  3. Thanks:) but actually there is no tutorial stuff.. but i know what are you talking about.. but so far there is shots from few plugins promo vids that I created.
  4. Hey guys I want to share my new notion graphics Demo Reel of 2011 Reeldumpsters rate it!
  5. Yes that was the reason. I saw it when I accidentally switched to the point mode:) Thanks anyway!
  6. Hey guys, I have really stupid question, but I can't get rid of this problem, You see that Orange cage of my objects? It's too long, and that empty space interact with other objects when dynamics tags is applied. How I can scale it down to size of my letters in that object?
  7. People often ask me what kind of video formats I use when I render final animation from After Effects, or preview for clients. So I decided to share my rendering habits with you. Let's say you have imaginary 3D project and you need to show it for client, make DVD and upload it to youtube or vimeo. So when your 3D scene is finished you need to render it out and continue working in After Effects. Cinema 4D C4D have really comfortable and user friendly render settings panel. Just go to Save section and you have all format settings, but witch one to use? If you have a simple scene, and it looks good, you don't plan to adjust separate passes like shadow, diffuse, etc. in After Effects, then i prefer to export TARGA image sequence. I can say that .tga is one of my favorite image formats, it can store up to 32 bits image data and extra 8-bit alpha channel. So if it's simple scene with or without alpha channel, just render out .tga sequence and it will get job done. If you have complicated scene, where you want to adjust shadow or other passes in AE, cinema 4D have an awesome Multi Pass render option. And then you need two file formats, for Regular image i suggest to leave a old good .tga and for Multi-Pass image I choose Photoshop (psd) image sequences. And there is another option to save After Effects project file. I always use it, then after C4D finishes rendering you need just to open AE project file, and you have all Multi-Passes as separate layers then it's super easy to adjust them. With other 3D applications it's pretty much the same deal. Modo 401 In modo I always use .tga, what a surprise! Modo multi pass rendering is a bit different than in cinema, in modo you need to create Render Output layers in shader tree and choose what effect it have. One is always Final Color, and you can add other like shadow density, reflection shading, etc. And for each of them you need to set up output filename and format. When it finishes rendering you need manually import it to After Effects. You can read about After Effects part in my blog
  8. haha;D i get it! really purposive stuff;D
  9. I also made this using the same plugin! Check it out http://www.youtube.c...h?v=KATVY6rEWRY More about it and plugin at my blog - http://www.stonedkey...thrausi-plugin/
  10. Thanks! Yeh there was a try to add one more section to the video with some futuristic video players flying on that UI with my portfolio, but most of them is TV addverts. And they was looking so out of concept and style that i decide to cut them off.
  11. I'm not weird... I'm gifted!

  12. Linkejimai is Lietuvos Great song, post and animation.
  13. I would add more action into it. But everything is fine with you, looks like you have right fundamentals and now all what you have to do is to work hard to raise your skills and knowledge. good luck mate!
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