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lunarbluestudio

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  1. Cool, I hear what you are saying. I do appreciate it. I enjoy sharing things I create so I didn't really take into consideration the comparison thing. I spent a couple of hours playing around with Element 3D after watching Video Copilot's video about using masks with Element 3D and just thought I would share what I did. Anyway, thanks again.
  2. I appreciate the critiques. Points well taken. I will work on a new intro now
  3. Binky, I'm not trying to hide the fact that I mimicked the Avengers title sequence. I don't remember ever saying that this was some original idea. I was just playing around with Element 3D and masks and decided to do this. I can point you to many places where people mimicked other projects for experimental purposes. It's not like I am selling it as my own. This was stricktly and exercise and I just wanted to share what I did. I love getting corrective critisism but getting my butt chewed out for experimenting seems a little extreme. Thanks for the input though!
  4. I created this using only Video Copilot's Element 3D. I used masks and shapes to create the shield after watching Video Copilot's video on building in Element 3D using only masks. https://vimeo.com/67297879
  5. Element 3D is an amazing plugin. Very easy to learn and versatile. I use 3DS Max. Element 3D isn't a true 3D plugn so it's hard to compare the two. What I usually do is build the model in 3DS Max and then import it into Element 3D. The awesome thing about Element 3D is that you can set up texturing and camera animations very quickly and render much faster then you can out of 3DS Max. Obviously if you are doing photorealistic renderings you would want to use 3DS Max (I use VRay). but for most animating using Element 3D is the way to go IMO.
  6. Thanks! The content will be 3D modeling/animation and motion graphics.
  7. This is an intro I did for a local financial TV show. Element 3D once again, https://vimeo.com/66066535
  8. This is the intro I created for my new demo reel I am creating. It's a play on the Universal Pictures intro. I used Video Copilot's Element 3D and a little 3DS Max. Just thought I would share https://vimeo.com/66239440
  9. Thanks for the input Kitkats and florio!
  10. So is it really out of the question to tell a client that you need at least 2 weeks to complete a 4 minute animation video??
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