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Props, water effects were edited outside iclone (unity) and everything was imported to iclone and composed, rendered in Iclone WIP but final scene will have facial animation, more expression and dialogue.



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Nice job looks great !


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thank you Kevin. combination of Iclone and unity can bring up something not too bad

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Excellent job! Maybe a little more "shaking" of the cameras, just a thought.... but super job!!! Wink


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Looks good -- are the rotor blades actually spinning, or are you slowly rotating a transparent "disc" with the rotor pattern on it to get that effect?
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Excellent job! Maybe a little more "shaking" of the cameras, just a thought.... but super job!!! Wink


Yes thank you, I'll do that, you're right, cam look too smooth

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Looks good -- are the rotor blades actually spinning, or are you slowly rotating a transparent "disc" with the rotor pattern on it to get that effect?

 thanks, they are spinning and I put a circle for the effect

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Nice job and scene! Not sure if it makes sense for the story but giving your helicopter pilot a pilot helmet will add some authenticity in there.

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Looks good -- are the rotor blades actually spinning, or are you slowly rotating a transparent "disc" with the rotor pattern on it to get that effect?

 thanks, they are spinning and I put a circle for the effect


a) Very well done scene.  Excellent results  Thanks for sharing
b) Clever solution (adding the circle)





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Yes, the rotor effect is quite convincing -- I'm still not quite sure what you mean by 'put a circle for the effect'.  Would it be possible to show how you did this with some iClone screenshots?  Thanks!



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