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Sun Oct 29, 2006 5:37 am Reply and quote this post
You really have a talent with modeeling don't you? I tried to model some stuff but gave up... was too hard.    I wish I could do stuff like that though  
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Sun Oct 29, 2006 10:53 am Reply and quote this post
hey dont diss it aint easy doing it and it isnt dumb especially if you are trying what im doing which is code animating its alot more efficient but alot harder to learn, i cant actually animate normally so i dont know why im learning it... anyway!  

He means its a big learning curve in simplet terms! Not that the people who do it are dumb lol... Much like web design, its just a short learning curve and your away.

Vic; you need someone to show you and it'll all make sense, or just type G-Max Tutorial on google, and download the free G-Max, (actually I dont think itstotally  free now!) but there are many open source free animation programs out there that are easy to use if you cant get hold of G-Max. It looks daunting at first, because it isnt quite as intuitive as photoshop looks, but really Photoshop is alot more complex as it involves colour therory etc.

It just requires perseverance.

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Sun Jan 14, 2007 3:38 pm Reply and quote this post
no do not use G-Max gah horrible program! use Blender the basic controls are much simpler and it is totally free and you can make things like these on it (NOTE: these weren't made by me)
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