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3DFlashback from the 90's...

japetusjapetus179 SeattlePosts: 782Member
edited October 2019 in Finished Work #1
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Been a long time...but thought I'd share a pretty funny old animation from circa 1998 I came across from my closet the other day. Rendered when I took an animation course at DigiPen. I bought a VHS converter cable recntly to be able to digitize it and upload it for modern times. Enjoy all the particles and combustion effects! =)

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  • ComcoComco295 Posts: 1,267Administrator
    I think this is a first for me - seeing an amateur CGI animation converted from a VHS cassette! :D

    It's quite amazing how far we've come, eh? I was going to ask what software you used, but those atmospheric effects explosions definitely look like 3ds Max to me ;)
  • TralfazTralfaz210 Posts: 740Member
    Even back then, your talent showed through!
  • japetusjapetus179 SeattlePosts: 782Member
    Thanks guys, yeah it's quite fun to look back. It's 3ds Max. Thanks for the compliments Tralfaz!
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