#1 08-02-2010 5:53 am

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MC Week 9 - Weighted Object - Start 8.1

What to do: Animate a character pushing, pulling, lifting, catching, throwing, or otherwise interacting with a heavy object of any kind
Time limit: the usual 24 hours
Process: Whatever you can get done in the 24 hour period

Note: Sorry for getting this started so late, I've just been busy with other things. Hopefully there's still a decent turn out so these challenges don't die off.

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#2 08-02-2010 3:59 pm

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Re: MC Week 9 - Weighted Object - Start 8.1

I'll try to enter. anybody know where i can get some Gym Weight props for maya?

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#3 08-03-2010 5:15 am

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Re: MC Week 9 - Weighted Object - Start 8.1

Couple of cylinders and you're good to go dude. Doesn't have to be anything fancy.

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#4 08-04-2010 9:48 am

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Re: MC Week 9 - Weighted Object - Start 8.1

Right, now that i'm having a month off from the main challenge, i'm in. Will give this a bash some point over the next few days yo.


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#5 08-04-2010 8:05 pm

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Re: MC Week 9 - Weighted Object - Start 8.1

Hey guys, I'm working on this one. These exercise/challenges are very helpful and fun. Hopefully i'll be done in time tomorrow.


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#6 08-05-2010 8:34 am

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Re: MC Week 9 - Weighted Object - Start 8.1

Camaro, I will not be able to enter the challenges for a while, because I have to work and save some money for ianimate tuitions.
But in my spare time I will make plannings on paper and post here, later on I will apply it in 3D.

Here is a Push planning;
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7787040/img003.jpg
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7787040/img002.jpg

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#7 08-05-2010 5:43 pm

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Re: MC Week 9 - Weighted Object - Start 8.1

Hey everyone. This took 4-5 hours of work. It could definitely use a little smoothing, but here it is. This exercise showed me a lot that i need to get better at, and I'm sure you guys can give me some helpful critiques. Thanks a lot.

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#8 08-05-2010 7:44 pm

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Re: MC Week 9 - Weighted Object - Start 8.1

Martyn wrote:

Right, now that i'm having a month off from the main challenge, i'm in. Will give this a bash some point over the next few days yo.

This was posted before the big computer death of August 2010. I'll get tucked into the first exercise when I have a working computer!


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#9 08-06-2010 7:11 pm

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Re: MC Week 9 - Weighted Object - Start 8.1

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#10 08-10-2010 4:47 pm

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Re: MC Week 9 - Weighted Object - Start 8.1

here's mine.. I think it exceeds the 24 hours rule because I had a mentor here.. so I made a lot of revisions..

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#11 08-10-2010 4:57 pm

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Re: MC Week 9 - Weighted Object - Start 8.1

good job kevin.. looks good.. cant wait to see that in 3d..


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#12 08-11-2010 3:54 am

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Re: MC Week 9 - Weighted Object - Start 8.1

Kevsan what a cute character, nice job

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#13 08-12-2010 9:49 am

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Re: MC Week 9 - Weighted Object - Start 8.1

@totoro.. thanks! smile

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#14 08-16-2010 11:26 pm

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Re: MC Week 9 - Weighted Object - Start 8.1

Right, now that i'm up and running i'm finally going to do what a said I was - and give this a bash... tomorrow.

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#15 09-15-2010 8:49 am

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