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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
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Sunday, 24 January 2016

NO LING. (24/01/16)

I thought I'd post this just to show I haven't been slacking. I am still plodding away with the Starlings but couldn't get the camera to track them. I decided to take 'LING' out of the title and make a spiral galaxy for the camera to fly around. It isn't a very professional job and is only rendered at 50% but you can at least guess what I was aiming for. It seems for every part I master I find I have to learn two more operations, this is without me forgetting bits that I already know like putting indirect clamp on to stop the stars flickering too much. 
This is the basic scene for the animation. The camera is out of scene bottom left. 
Here is the video. 
Have a good week.

16 comments:

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    1. Monica, hypnotic when you have scrubbed through it for an hour.

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  2. I think it's time you did some slacking, Adrian, before your brain explodes! I'm with Dawn and Bill, by the way!

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    1. Richard, I am slowly getting better I can do the title in a torus in minutes now.

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  3. Looks impressive. The music is a great touch.

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    1. Marie, the music is the easy bit. I agree music is the making of a video but it is difficult to pick the right music.

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  4. Me gusta... Parece que viajamos al espacios Adrian, buena música.
    Un abrazo.

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  5. VERY impressive video. You are so clever Adrian.

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    1. Margaret, not clever but I am a little bit stubborn.

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  6. This is getting very professional looking Adrian, top job.

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    1. Douglas, it's very kind but I know it is still streets away from professional.

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  7. You are good at this and having fun with it.

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    1. John, up to this point it is just a matter of practise. Once I can use the tools then artistic considerations will rear their ugly heads.

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