Hey there! It’s been a few days since I posted anything… Which kinda defeats the point of a “Daily post”, but, I think this pretty much makes up for the three missing days. Watch the video below to see how I got from this: to this:
Was just looking through my Blender for Dummies book today and came across the “Particles” section. Iv’e never used particles before, so I decided to give it a try. This is what I ended up with.
The footage in the bottom right corner is what it all looks like when it’s not rendered.
Check out this trickshot I did in Minecraft.
See the video description for more information.
I did like six characters for this post and took almost the whole day to create them, animate and add music and sound effects. The characters were done in in Adobe Illustrator and I animated everything in Blender.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
I had this idea in my mind for a while. Recently, my Adobe flash trial expired, so I could only animate with iMovie. I know, it sounds weird. And it isn’t really “animated”, but I got around to making it and decided to post The Brick as a daily post today.
Disclaimer: There was no foul language associated with this post. The beep sound was merely a indication of technical difficulty.
I can instantly see this movie is going to be amazing!
Had A bit of an ear ache this morning and had to stay up… playing Quakecraft. Haven’t played Quakecraft in a while but decided to give it a go again… played for four hours straight. I only recorded like three or four games, but I was able to make this montage thing in a couple hours. Anyway, thanks to all the awesome players who looked cool while I shot them and played even though I was utterly dominating. Enjoy!
A two minute video on airsoft and video games (fps). Id’e like to thank all the players and especially the airsoft beebees for their dedication to flying out of muzzles, getting shaken around in the gun clips and also for the time my dog thought they looked like good eating (we found those a while after it had happened). The frame rate and general screen quality of the airsoft shots aren’t perfect, but hopefully soon I will be able to make a more dedicated video with a better Gopro. Enjoy!
Here it is! The first SKILLED episode for you to watch.
I will have to post all the videos in SD (standard definition) though. Come back next week for the next episode!