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Thread: Last Ship Animation

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    Last Ship Animation

    Been playing with Anime Studio today and have come up with a simple animation based on my Last Ship Fron Atlantis painting....

    http://www.fraser-paice.co.uk/page4/page4.html

    Would love to hear some opinions... It's my first one!... All artwork done in AR Studio Pro.

    Oh and here is a still.

    PS... It's in QuickTime so you will need that view it.
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    Great fun fraser... the black aura around the sphere the ship heads to works very well... extremely cool to see your painting come to life
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    Oh, Fraser...you've outdone yourself on this one!!! The painting itself is just so imaginative and fantastic in itself but the video puts it over the top!!! What a great job for being your first video! I would LOVE to see more of your animated videos. This one is so wonderful and entertaining.

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    Wow matey, what you been taking. Your imagination is working overtime. This one is such great fun.
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    This looks great fraser. I like the designs, and colors!
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    Thanks ladies, I had sort of forgotten that my original intention was to use AR as a tool for animation... I was having far too much fun.

    I will now have to discipline myself and try to work less messily, I can assure you there will be more, it's absolutely magic to see a painting come alive... Hmmm now how do I fit more hours in the day to play?

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    Fantastic piece work fraser.
    Valerie

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    That is really cool Neil! Was the animation time consuming? I have never messed around with animation. Love to see where you go with this!
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    fraser_paice,
    I just clicked on your animated "Last Ship" link but only received a ...
    "cannot display this website" notice. Could it be my error or a glitch
    with the site itself. Tried twice but could not open nor view the
    animated piece.
    Mairzie Dotes

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    I would have sworn I posted to this one. It's really great. Continues telling the story with movement. Na'ry a digression owing to tripping out on the animation. It's very cool. And I must offer some advance excitement for you to anticipate when you add sound. You'll be so thrilled you'll never have time for a walk in the forest again. (Okay, that was for effect using understatement in the manner of PT Barnum - translation = you'll get hooked on how far that ship can sail.)
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