3D Artwork: new CGI Optimus Prime

Discussion in 'Transformers Fan Art' started by todd_jumper, Apr 29, 2006.

  1. todd_jumper

    todd_jumper Member

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    Has anyone seen this before. I was in a 3d CGI artwork community and came across this and was taken back, really impressive work. If someone has already posted this before my apologies, but I had not noticed it mentioned on TFW yet.

    CGI Optimus Prime
    http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?threadid=336742

    OK I wasn't sure - I try to check frontpage news everyday, but since this video came out in March, I must have missed it here.
     
  2. Ops_was_a_truck

    Ops_was_a_truck JOOOLIE ANDREWWWWWS!!!!!!

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    I'm afraid this actually has shown up here as main-page news before. Regardless, it's still pretty neat.
     
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    stourangeau Well-Known Member

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    Very nice animation. I hope that the movie is as nice.
     
  4. RHansen

    RHansen Sir. Ranbotnic Veteran

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    ugh that video pisses me off, the guy put so much effort into it, but resorted to the shitty animation of the hands appearing out of nowhere, sliding out from that smaller than small wrist, it just doesnt work! He took some artistic differences for it with the legs and scheme, why not make it a *tad* thicker of wrists to account for the hands
     
  5. Lonewolf

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    I sure hope you can do better than he did for criticizing so much. As a "shitty" animator myselft I can tell you it's far from easy to produce "perfect" animations.
     

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