This the last one of this series I'm going to post. Althought I can play games with it for some time to come I feel it's time to move on to something new.
In this one I've animated the material, the light positions and object rotation to cycle through the changes and return to the start. It's 6 seconds long and at 15 fps. It doesn't looks as dazzling as some of the previous ones but I'm posting it anyway. I spent a great deal of time and effort brushing up on my Trigonometery and plotting rotational coordinates to make it as accurate as possible. It's all been a learning experience to be sure. LOL
I had to use that damn Indeo 5 codec that some people are having troble with. It was the only one that would crunch the file small enough to post. I'm using the latest Internet Explorer and it works fine for me. Are running Windows or MAC?
Join Date: 05.26.2004 Comments: 4476
Nice. I had to use the infamous MSIE6 to view this one. I usually work with Firefox, hate those MS-things, full of spyware and other non-invited sneaky guests.
Join Date: 07.02.2005 Comments: 1010
Sorry about the IE thing. I haven't used Firefox for a while. It's disappointing to find out that it doesn't support Indeo 5. So far that's the codec that does the best job crunching the files. I'll have to experiment and find a compatible one.