The other day I saw a nice aeroplane animation, and was surprised how realistic it looked but thought it might be fairly easy to replicate. So as a quick test I thought I’d try the same thing.
The camera just has a bit of shake, the plane isn’t moving through the scene, and nor is the camera… Just added some vapour trails to make it look like everything was moving.
I don’t normally do tutorials, but as I use 3ds Max all day, I find handy things that I’m certain can help people out.
This particular issue I had struggled with for years, and couldn’t find anything online to help with the problem… So, if you watch my video below, you won’t suffer from the same Anisotropic Arch & Design Shader woes that I endured for a long time!
My latest piece of work.
Commissioned by MRL Agency – Leeds.
Hope you like it… Make sure you share it with your friends if you enjoy it.
Ebuyer Imaginarium was an event held in Leeds by Ebuyer to show some if its stuff to high profile customers like HP, Intel and Microsoft.
This ebot presentation was created for the opening of the event! ☺
I couldn’t bloody believe it… apparently people quite regularly go to the TurboSquid website, purchase a model, and expect it to arrive in the post…
In their latest newsletter, they let us know that the TIWR (Thought It Was Real) refunds have gone down quite a bit! Does this mean we get more commission because their admin costs are lower?? Errrm, no… but pretty comedy nonetheless.