excellent , this is cool asset
have you this 3ds max making video
bad management, its your job for stuff like that not to happen, dont put that extra weight on artist because management didn't do your job
A Reddit user InternetPerson9000 has presented his awesome-looking animated sequence with Millennium Falcon that manages to recreate this special look of 80s Saturday-morning cartoons. The artist used Maya, some cartoon shaders, and a couple of other tricks to set up the whole thing. Well, just enjoy it and let us know what you think.
I modeled the Falcon in Maya and animated it swooping down. I textured it using cartoon shaders. I then exported it and put the image files into TV paint, where I began work on the background.
I worked on the matte painting in three primary layers. that being background, middle ground, and foreground.
I wanted it to have that painterly quality so I spent hours on the background, looking up the background painting from shows like GI Joe as a reference to how to shade things.
I then animated the smoke and fire by watching video references and places those in the background.
Lastly, I added two little puffs of steam come out of the falcon as it landed. I didn’t really use a reference for those, I just did it by feel.
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