Sea Turtle Rig

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Sea Turtle Rig

Post by Little Yamori » Mon Mar 16, 2015 8:13 am

Hey All,

Just finished this rig as part of my Neko and the Gecko animation. I'm pretty stoked with the way it came out. Hopefully I'll have the whole thing finished soon.

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Re: Sea Turtle Rig

Post by 3deeguy » Mon Mar 16, 2015 2:08 pm

I thought the turtle was real. :!: I had to put on my glasses. The finished video is going to be an 'event'. Well done!
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Re: Sea Turtle Rig

Post by Danimal » Mon Mar 16, 2015 5:14 pm

Looks good - the movement has the feel of being underwater too, like there's more weight to moving.
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Re: Sea Turtle Rig

Post by Little Yamori » Mon Mar 16, 2015 11:20 pm

Thanks guys,

I just have to grind through the last 10%
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Re: Sea Turtle Rig

Post by lwaxana » Fri Mar 20, 2015 3:20 am

This looks really nice!
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Re: Sea Turtle Rig

Post by Little Yamori » Fri Mar 20, 2015 7:23 am

Thx

Hope it's all worth it when it shows up in the animation :wink:
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Re: Sea Turtle Rig

Post by 3deeguy » Fri Mar 20, 2015 5:51 pm

Little Yamori wrote:Thx

Hope it's all worth it when it shows up in the animation :wink:
We're all in the same boat. "What if my electronic tutorial gets ignored?" What if my video-blog character is Ho-hum? "What if...?" We still love to animate. Speaking for myself, I enjoy when members of this forum succeed. I feel like this forum is my 'team'. I'm rooting for you and waiting for the finished video.
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Re: Sea Turtle Rig

Post by Little Yamori » Sun Mar 22, 2015 4:08 am

3deeguy wrote:

We're all in the same boat. "What if my electronic tutorial gets ignored?" What if my video-blog character is Ho-hum? "What if...?" We still love to animate. Speaking for myself, I enjoy when members of this forum succeed. I feel like this forum is my 'team'. I'm rooting for you and waiting for the finished video.

Thx I know what you mean, I feel the same way, but right now it has come down to editing. I probably have about 15 animated shots left, I think I've completed about 200. It's taken over a year and a half, which has surprised me by a long shot, but I won't give up. I learn stuff all the time from this board, and apply it as I can. I'm really very upbeat and happy about they way the animation looks for the most part, and I think some of what has been finished is quite different, but if it's not edited correctly, and if the pacing is off, then it'll largely miss what I'm trying to do. Anyway I always appreciate the support here, and try to give it back where I can.

Thanks again

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Re: Sea Turtle Rig

Post by humanistheart » Mon Mar 30, 2015 7:48 am

It looks fantastic! Very realistic.
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