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    3D, interiordesign, photography, travel, very good food, petting the cat, staring out the window

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  1. A character I made for a pitch, but unfortunately didn't make it. The concept was a partyanimal, so I made this happy guy, always in the mood for a party!
  2. Or hold ctrl and click on the spline to add a point. Keep in mind that the (length) tangents might need adjustments.
  3. CApruzzese: thanks! It actually all started with the idea of making a huge infographic about an airport.. I made a lot of items and road segments, all square. And the idea was that you could build a scene using those pieces. Since everything was square, I thought it would be fun to have a square format as well. In the end, things changed and eventually made these animations instead, but still keeping the square format. Also thought it's handy because of all the mobile stuff, smartphones, iPads, etc. So no matter which way you turn your device, it's always the same! ^^
  4. Ehm, just make sure you scale on all 3 axis (xyz)?
  5. I had this idea a long time ago, and made a first setup a couple of years ago. But with paid work coming in, didn't really have the time to finish this. After a while, when I had some spare time, I picked it up again and made a still. I still am planning on making a short animation of this guy.
  6. Thanks a lot guys =) I hope my bags don't get thrown around like in the animation ^^ @cerbera: here's some more! The aircraft was a b*tch to model by the way. First I made one window, put that into a linear cloner. Made the doorpanel after that, and put one of them on either side. Connect those three part by using the 'connect'-object, and use a wrap deformer to make a half-cilinder. Throw in a symmetry to mirror the other half. After that, I made it editable and used a FFD-deformer to give it a bit of an round, cartoony shape.
  7. Going on a holiday in a few weeks, which gave me this idea: crappy things that could happen when you travel with the worst airline ever. Horrible ground crew, control tower that doesn't pay any attention at all, crappy taxi drivers, and so on. A lot of objects, vehicles and actually just one character, but with different outfits and assets. Also made up a name, logo and some great advertising posters. I'll upload some more images of the models in next posts, as I only get to upload 4.9Mb So in the end, I created these 5 animations: Watch on Vimeo: The joy of traveling: taxi The joys of traveling: checking in The joys of traveling: ground crew The joys of traveling: control tower The joys of traveling: vip > upload limit exceeded on Vimeo =( will upload it next week! Hope you like them, and of course, feel free to give feedback!
  8. Good point, Icecaveman ^^ This is actually just one of the 3 houses. The concept is: you have a house for worries, one for the good things in your life and one for your dreams or things you would like to see different in the future. Kids can draw on these houses to illustrate what they go through in daily life or what they like to change, or write keywords to have a better look at the situation. It's a great way for kids to express certain things that are hard to talk about. I only sketched one house (have 2 more to go) but made that one in 3d because I thought it was fun to do =)
  9. Thanks a lot guys! =) @natevplas: Sketch&Toon? Ha, no thank you! =D Never fancied that, way to tricky and complicated for me! @CApruzzese: Thanks! I saw this trick on a video of @Neil Stubbings: using spheres, connector and hair. Did cost some time to get it right, but works pretty good.
  10. My beautiful wife works as a social worker at the juvenile court, and she uses the signs of safety-tool: the three houses. These three houses are a great way to talk to children about the good things in their lives, their worries and the dreams they have for the future. She made an example sketch for me, so I had a very good idea of what she wanted. I made a new sketch (below) because she really likes the old skool pencil-on-paper style. I thought it would be cool to make a 3d version of the house, so here it is!
  11. Could you maybe upload a screenshot or file where we can have a look at the problem? I just tried it with an animated character, and it works fine here. Are you using joints for a rig, or a character object?
  12. When I clicked this post, and read your text, I was like 'an animation lasting 8 minutes? That'll be way too long for it to be good. It'll probably have horrible timings and crappy animation.' I'm really happy I clicked the link, because MAN! This was really extremely good! Loved the character design on the penguins and other characters (those teeth are brilliant) Loved the design of the machines, the little car, scooter, everything! Loved the texture / look and feel, really special! Wondering how you managed that! Loved the story! Loved the humor! Very nicely animated, perfect timings, sound effects are a big plus too. Overall, everything was great about it! Thanks a lot for posting it!
  13. you can scale it by using the object mode.



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