Comments for Cormerica http://www. So many fascinating things! Mon, 16 Mar 2015 01:16:25 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.3.2 Comment on Harmony–Explorer by Sally Kurtzman http://www./harmony-explorer/#comment-327 Thu, 11 Dec 2014 21:22:47 +0000 http://www./?p=330#comment-327 Oh my gosh, the hand of Dave strikes again with yet another fascinating piece that explains something that needed to be explained and now is understandable. I am not a music person, but all of a sudden, some of this CLICKED and I thought: Yes! Yes, that’s why that harmony works. Clever man–wiith a son who looks up in awe with what his dad has done–again. (Look up, Mason. Thank you Dad. No a little louder.) Marvelous!
Continued success in the 916福彩下载 of the Corboy magician/teacher/entrepreneur. Whadda guy!

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Comment on Motion Graphics – thejbo goes to Florida by Mom http://www./motion-graphics-thejbo/#comment-132 Mon, 06 Oct 2014 20:26:04 +0000 http://www./?p=301#comment-132 Fascinating work. Interesting to learn how really complicated it is & just how much work it was to create.

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Comment on Motion Graphics – thejbo goes to Florida by Mom http://www./motion-graphics-thejbo/#comment-131 Mon, 06 Oct 2014 20:24:00 +0000 http://www./?p=301#comment-131 Fascinating!

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Comment on Motion Graphics – thejbo goes to Florida by Sally Kurtzman http://www./motion-graphics-thejbo/#comment-129 Mon, 06 Oct 2014 17:30:44 +0000 http://www./?p=301#comment-129 David and Hailey,
Another wonderful Corboy production…I love the JBO goodbye piece and then learning how hard it was and how many layers went into it, is amazing. You are super! Great job and farewell, JBO, you will not be 4 GOT 10!
Best to all the computer geniuses!
xoxoSally

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Comment on Making a Space Movie – The Set by Kamil http://www./making-a-space-movie-set/#comment-83 Tue, 08 Jul 2014 04:09:03 +0000 http:///?p=9#comment-83 A few years ago I’d have to pay someone for this inaofmrtion.

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Comment on Sector 42 – Modeling & VFX by Aboubakar http://www./sector-42-modeling-vfx/#comment-81 Mon, 07 Jul 2014 21:23:49 +0000 http://www./?p=210#comment-81 This is really great to know it can be done. But this tuoraitl is the perfect example of what function should optimized during the Mango project.Maybe by tweaking the soon to be Mask implementation witch could also (by selecting in drop down menu!!?) act as a clone mask . So the first circle of the mask would act as the clone and the second as the fadeout similar to what is done in this tut in Gimp. And IF the Mask selection MUST be converted into a PLANE-(polygon object) well add the option!!What do you think?TheElwolf

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Comment on Making a Space Movie – Exteriors by Pelon http://www./making-a-space-movie-exteriors/#comment-79 Mon, 07 Jul 2014 19:01:57 +0000 http://www./?p=53#comment-79 We didn’t find the astoierd in 2029. We found the astoierd YEARS ago, and because we can do advanced math, we have a pretty good (but not exact) idea of where it’s going to be in 2029.Things whiz past us all the time that we only see when they happen, or even sometimes after they happen, because we didn’t know they were coming, and they were so small that they were hard to pick up if you weren’t looking for them.(Most astoierds are discovered by chance a telescope happens to be looking in the right place at the right time, and sees one that’s never been seen before.)Once we’ve observed an astoierd a few times, we can predict its orbit and figure out where it’s going to be with a fair amount of accuracy.Now, planets are different, because they’re HUGE, and reflect a lot of light. They’re easy to see, and they’d bet VERY easy to see a new one coming out of nowhere, even decades away.Therefore, the only reasons we might not see something today that is supposedly going to be here in 2012 are:1. It’s very small.or2. It doesn’t exist.It’s simply not possible that we would miss a planet-sized object cruising through the outer solar system, on the way to earth. Everyone on the planet would be able to see it.Heck, you can see Jupiter’s 4 big moons with a decent pair of binoculars, and one of them is smaller than our Moon. (And Jupiter is a lot farther away than 3 years, even if it suddenly stopped going around the sun and headed straight for us.)The only rational conclusion is that the 2012 object does not, and can not, exist.However, this answer will probably be thumbs-downed by a couple of totally irrational people.

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Comment on Making a Space Movie – The Set by Dave Corboy http://www./making-a-space-movie-set/#comment-10 Fri, 04 Apr 2014 18:30:58 +0000 http:///?p=9#comment-10 Great idea, Mr. Bagel! So I hadn’t used After Effects before this project but it’s a great idea. We have a compositing phase now that incorporates the actors (as well as a transparent foreground layer that is rendered as a separate pass).
I think your idea is for us to save the set rendering time by rendering the static set one time as a background and then compositing all the moving parts as a post-process, including the animated screens.

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Comment on Making a Space Movie – The Set by Mr. Bagel http://www./making-a-space-movie-set/#comment-9 Fri, 04 Apr 2014 18:09:41 +0000 http:///?p=9#comment-9 nice work!

love the set and screen gfx!

one idea to speed up your workflow… your renders will go faster if you add a compositing phase to your pipeline. render an alpha pass for the set (and actors) and add the screens using After Effects!

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Comment on Making a Space Movie – The Set by Gramps Corboy http://www./making-a-space-movie-set/#comment-6 Sat, 29 Mar 2014 22:51:04 +0000 http:///?p=9#comment-6 i wish i could get my employees to do the same!

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