Wednesday, February 14, 2007 at 02:55AM
Sci-fi novelist, PJ Haarsma talks about his experience with animating the characters of "The Softwire" using CrazyTalk (www.reallusion.com/crazytalk)
Saturday, February 10, 2007 at 02:13AM
Understanding the fundamentals of filmmaking formulates a finely tuned film. However, understanding the visual definition of these composition concepts is not well translated from textbooks so a challenge to build a collection of visual filmmaking terms through a series of short films was accepted. Machinima.com hosts a detailed filmmakers resource center with access to articles, tutorials, and other filmmakers where the goal to collectively enhance the craft is key. iClone and Reallusion sponsor the Machinima 101 Filmmakers Resource Center on Machinima.com. Check out the 36 iClone shorts produced by the Martin Bros. and powered by Reallusion. Shooting - iClone Filmmaking Terms Directing - iClone Filmmaking Terms Editing - iClone Filmmaking Terms
Saturday, February 10, 2007 at 01:51AM
iClone 2.0 is set to release in March with more powerful content and HD video output. New content included with iClone 2.0 introduces a real-time SFX special effects engine for particle and fog visual effects. Generate instant jet thrusters, weather, blood spatter, tunnels, magic, lasers more with a completely new SFX section of iClone featuring a Modify panel with control over particle and emitter assignment to characters, scene objects or as environmental effects. The image posted here is a glimpse of what will be possible with iClone 2.0 particle effects and the ability to assign them to character bone segments. Dr. Drill of CoolClones.com contributed this Torch from iClone 2.0 beta currently in testing.
Tuesday, January 23, 2007 at 11:39AM
Fire bad, commentary good! Reanimating Frankenstien doesn't require lightning bolts for mad scientists any longer, well mad scientists are always a plus, but MysteryWalker, the creator of YouTube's social commentator and spam soldier has found a lab to breathe life into his chatty creature.
MysteryWalker said, "I used iClone to make a Frankenstein persona to use for blogging. 3D characters made in iClone integrate well with film footage and live action models via chroma keying effects. There are so many applicatons to iClone. It's similar to Flash in that respect."Stay tuned for more Frankenstein! - Watch more Frankenstein now in iClone Movies - Horror
Friday, December 29, 2006 at 10:59AM
Filmmakers ever in search of a unique way to expand the frontier of visual effects are finding iClone to provide an effective way to incorporate 3D CG animation into their productions. Rob Gradisen posted a visually impacting short film using the free trial version of iClone. Combining live-action footage with iClone in this short showcases the premium blend of two worlds of filmmaking. The combination of live action and CG is well executed here and Rob's sound editing and efx choices finely fit this film.
Thursday, December 28, 2006 at 07:52PM
The iClone powered Gaming News from Dr. Nemisis and the devine Lady Mainframe have some great coverage from Destructroid.com which showcases Lady Mainframe, the digital news host of The Binary Picture Show as the newest 3D rendered hottie making waves in the gaming industry.read more | digg story
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