This is an animation I made because I just started a new job after 3 & 1/2 years at my old job. It symbolizes a New Beginning for me with new opportunities. This was made entirely in 3D Studio Max. I used a variety of techniques to get these effects.
pretty cool.the loop is weird.effects look badass
This also is way cool... just noticed the car in the water hehe!
Thanks... Yea I had this fascination with that mustang... I put it in quite a few of my pieces around that time
the ball is a bit heavier than it should be.
the water is very good
Thanks dude! I know the looping sux but I wasnt really focused on that. it was just an animation to symbolize me moving from one job to the next.
wow very very nice. Though the looping is unco xD
yea I'm not a fan of the looping either. Maybe I can try to fix it this weekend.
while u fix ur unco looping this weekend. i have a FUCKING ENGLISH SPEECH TO WRITE!!! D: i had to say that
wow you sound angry about that...
at last new stuff!that's great man!best luck with your new job!
Thanks man! I will try to get some more stuff to put up here, i just haven't worked on anything in a while.
Water does not "collide" with objects. They just clip through it. Or so it seems
very nice dude! Good luck at the new job! Im trying to learn Vray now and working back into Max but can't seem to get a hold of Vray... anyways good luck dude!
Thanks man. yea I can't seem to get a copy of vray either. I will see if my job will buy it for me to use. I'm glad I will be using Max 2010 and CS4 here so that makes me so happy.
Actually you can slow down the loop at the end and beginning of the sequence to sort of give it a smoother transition if you use after effects You can control time just about anywhere. Think of it as flash easing.
randomly generated particles cannot be looped.
Nice, but looping here is bad.