"Walker" (2D/3D) - NSFW strong language, blood

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"Walker" (2D/3D) - NSFW strong language, blood

Postby XZS » Sat Sep 09, 2017 8:06 pm

Hey!

It's been a very (very) long time since I posted on the forum.
I would like to share with you my latest animation, using Moho Pro 12 for all the characters,
imported in a 3D environment with Cinema 4D.



As I said, all the characters are made and animated with Moho.
I then exported them as several PNG image sequences that I applied as material with alpha channel in Cinema 4D.
The environment and 3D objects (buidling, cars, ...) are made from scratch in Cinema 4D (I'm not professional in 3D,
so as long as it is made from basic shapes, I can do it).

I hope you'll like it! I took me 1 month the whole thing, from the main idea to the final result.
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Re: Walker

Postby Greenlaw » Sat Sep 09, 2017 10:33 pm

Wow! That was both funny and horrific at the same time. Thanks for sharing. :)
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Re: Walker

Postby Barry Baker » Tue Sep 12, 2017 12:43 pm

Yes, great work! Mercifully the violence is all in miniature so it's as funny as it is horrific.
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Re: Walker

Postby XZS » Thu Sep 28, 2017 10:28 am

Greenlaw wrote:Wow! That was both funny and horrific at the same time. Thanks for sharing. :)

Thanks Greenlaw! If it can be both funny and horrific, then I'm honored!

Barry Baker wrote:Yes, great work! Mercifully the violence is all in miniature so it's as funny as it is horrific.

Thanks Barry! I wanted to add even more little guys, but it was enough of a challenge to deal with that many characters at once in Moho.
Good exercice, though. I would like to do an other animation with 50 or 60 characters on screen, just for the challenge!
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