Building a Medieval Village – Part 2

3D Chinese Painting Exhibition Stage 2 Animation Medieval Village
http://youtube.com/v/yywmOqEUSPg
From the creator: “A quick whistle through some of the finishing stages. TimeLapsed because in general its all polishing from this point onwards.
The set is a set that came with something like iClone v.1.5 or something. But I liked the way the dips in the land allowed the water as it appears here.
Tommorow Ill create the banners and things with the paintings on them. That should be fun.
Not sure what to do about the people. I only have a few medieval dressed types. Maybe, three?
So, I dont want to lose too much time on this, Ill see if theres a quick fix to be had using Clone Cloth for some scruffy sacking type clothes. It should be fun anyway”.

Building a Medieval Village – Part 1

3D Chinese Painting Exhibition Animation Medieval Village
http://youtube.com/v/ZjkwDHsDYxg
ChineseCalligraphy says, “This is an animation, or will be, of a Medieval Village in about the 10th Century. Using Realusions iClone 3 Professional this should be quite an attractive Movie suite of three..
It will be part 1, part 2 and then Part Three will be the actual Movie with talking characters and all sorts.
The main theme is to display China as being forefront in England in the 10th Century which really is kind of rewriting History a little. Should be very beautiful. I hope you enjoy it.”

iClone – Downtown Metro Content Pack

City Elements – Downtown Metro Areas Vol1
http://youtube.com/v/WDuEpRTcL-U
iClone content pack puts your productions on-location in a real-time metropolis featuring day and night settings, interactive lights, street signals and subway. Get it soon in the Reallusion content store: http://www.reallusion.com/contentstore

Reallusion on Facebook – Become a Fan!

We’re exploring the world outside of Reallusion.com and I’d like to invite you to Become a Fan of Reallusion iClone & CrazyTalk on FaceBook.
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…soon Become a Fan of Widget Me:
Reallusion will be releasing a new product designed to give you the ultimate media creator for social networks, and it’s free. I can’t wait to see what everyone creates and shares with the forthcoming release of, WidgetMe.

Captain Pizazz and the Defenders of Funk

CityTown is overtaken by zombies under the control of Lord Rigormortis, assisted by one of his most gangsta henchman, the Perpetrator. Captain Pizazz and his sidekick Boy Joy accept the roles of groovy super-duo destined to drop the FUNK and enforce the FIST OF FUNK. CityTown is where it’s going down, you dig? The iClone animated series, Captain Pizazz and the Defenders of Funk coming soon from The Martin Bros.

Frankenstein goes Viral!

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

iClone Experimental Short-Film

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.http://youtube.com/v/1dWJXvkaquk