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31/03/2017 18:38:38

Ammostro
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Hello, a video created with my stuff

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31/03/2017 19:37:03

boneysharaon
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Educational and funny one
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31/03/2017 22:48:29

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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Nice job, Ammostro! I liked the following things about it:

the armour
the outfits (vest with laced front)
the castle
I like the way you implied the cranking since that action does not exist. Implied actions are very useful.
I was amused by how easily the man carried boulders to the catapult for loading. Plus, he was smiling. ;-)
I also liked the way you obscured the impacts with smoke, then revealed the damage when it cleared.

There was also some clipping.. a term we use to indicate when solid objects pass through something else that's supposed to be solid... like the shield passing though the soldier in some positions. Sometimes I don't even notice clipping in my videos because I'm busy with other things. When I do catch it, the only way I've found to overcome it is by using a different action, or by filming from a different camera angle that doesn't show the clipping.

Being able to model as well as you do positions you to do just about anything you want with Muvizu! Thanks for sharing, And I look forward to seeing more from you!
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01/04/2017 08:46:55

Ammostro
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Thx man,

Indeed, the clipping is difficult when they have something big in their hands.
And I know that there are errors in the clip. But it's so difficult to get the correct actions. This is my second clip, and I do not think the easiest one. But I learned a lot and and that I'll take with me to the next one.. We'll get there, but I have to spend a little bit more time into making the clip.
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