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  1. raven52321

    intel i7

    If that's eating vomit, puke me up a second helping. It's delicious.
  2. A bangin workstation with an intel i7. An HD broadcast monitor (if you can afford it). If not, then an Eizo monitor.
  3. Miguel Salek does a lot of fx work for psyop. http://www.msalek.com/offline/ Not sure if this one is on his reel, but it is likely that he had a hand in it.
  4. um- it has no ability to distort an object in 3d space- (like extended bicubics on the Flame). At least some basic geometry to project textures on would be nice, or the ability to import simple models from 3D apps. Nuke and Fusion have some of these abilities, and so does Flame. Also- I heard that proper camera controls using all three mouse buttons are finally coming to AE. This is something AE has needed for a long time. Shake has an "endless canvas" that means you will never have to expand the bounds of an object higher up the node tree. In AE language, that means not needing to make a precomp bigger to extend it's edges. Shake also has the ability to concatenate color effects, treating them as one. This means you will retain all image data through multiple color operations. AE renders slow as all hell compared to any other major compositing app. Would be nice to render in command shell without opening the software, like Maya can. And btw- I create with nodes all the time. Layers, too. Both are good tools.
  5. http://www.google.com/search?q=invoice+tem...lient=firefox-a depending upon where you live, you can charge a late fee after a certain amount of time. I know in NY it is 30 days, after which I believe it's a 1.5% late fee. http://www.work.com/charging-interest-and-late-fees-855/
  6. Finally! The clothes I've been wearing since high school will be back in style.
  7. some of the color on the composite is a bit odd- sidewalk feels really blue compared to the lion
  8. I might look a bit foolish wearing baggy pants in old pictures, but thank god I'm not squeezing my grapes in those tight pants. They look a bit, um, feminine for my taste.
  9. There is a "post scale" setting in Maya that is useful for this, maybe there is something similar in this application?
  10. http://mograph.net/board/index.php?showtopic=247
  11. Um... I think you are almost a decade late. CG cloth is nothing new.
  12. Unfortunately, this workaround is totally impossible for after effects (just open an after effects file in a text editor and you'll see why). Even for maya, this was hit and miss, and if you were using any features new to the more recent version, the file would just never open no matter what. Now that I think about it, Adobe Illustrator allows for saving legacy versions, although sometimes this would mess with any new feature-related objects.
  13. In no way is asking permission to display work shortchanging your career. It shows respect for your client, for the contract you agreed to, and a mature business sense. The path to "shortchanging your career" would be to display it without seeking a release from your client. It's likely to go unnoticed, but could damage your working relationship with your client if it becomes an issue.
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