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Thread: Infinity artrage animation project anyone remember?

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    Question Infinity artrage animation project anyone remember?

    I've been sat for a couple of days thinking about an art project that I saw, I'm sure it was done in artrage.

    Its hard to even word it and explain it. Ragers painted a fantasy picture then someone else would do a painting and this linked to that painting, several illustrations were submitted, it was animated and when it was finished it was a flawless endless infinite illustration.

    Did I dream it?

    This must have been a few years ago now, veteran members may remember...

    *scratches head*
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    Yeah. It was in technicolor just like Hollywood. Actually it was a "Hollywood yes" = Boundless enthusiasm followed by endless silence.

    Was called a Zoom Quilt. There was a guy who was willing to assemble it. Everybody wanted to do it. He painted his panel. NOBODY else did a thing. . . including me.

    Was pretty frightful.

    Anyway, from this dream of yours, I suspect you are expecting some cooperation from someone or group of someones who you suspect will drop the ball after you commit yourself to it. That will be 25 cents.
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    Yeh D'Akey!!!!!!! Zoom Quilt!!! Brill thanks for that, I was thinking I had seen it in some past life

    thanks for the tip off...here's 25 cents lol...
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    Last edited by Jules; 01-01-2010 at 12:18 PM.
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    Good Lord that is mind blowing! Wow wow wow....
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    great isnt it

    this is even better

    http://ballpointpen.free.fr/zoomquilt2.swf
    Last edited by Jules; 01-01-2010 at 01:29 PM.
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    What an awesome idea, something i'd be interested in, but as i saw it started of well and then died shame....

    If you really want to do it again count me in

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    This is mindblowing. How does it work? Does someone have to make a lot of transitional drawings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunflower View Post
    This is mindblowing. How does it work? Does someone have to make a lot of transitional drawings?
    I'm guessing it works "in reverse" to how it's shown. Someone starts with a painting, and that's the first frame. They then resize it (say) 50% smaller and centered, then someone else paints around that to make the second frame. This frame is then shrunk 50%, centered, and is sent off to the next person.

    Right? Or is there an easier way? Cool idea, neat results.
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    Jules, you and Akey, managed to fish it from the back of the trunk. Fantastic. It is made with Flash technology from Adobe, ex-Macromedia. The zoom effect is simply sensational.

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