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Thursday, December 24, 2009

Timelapse Video: Christmas Ribbon Bow



Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

I wanted to try and get something done for Christmas, and barely made it! So, here's a video demonstrating how to create a ribbon bow. This is really an unedited video with no narrative (ran out of time), and it's been sped up to help make up for the lack of editing. Hopefully, you'll be able to learn something from it.

If enough people are interested, I'll reproduce it with a narrative and a lesser timelapse factor.

This is only available online (didn't have time to create the download version, sorry).

Anyway, it's been a great year thanks to all of the support and feedback! Look for 2010 to be significantly more active.


Watch the tutorial online
The video will buffer for the first 10% before being displayed, then press play to start.


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7 comments:

RH2 said...

Wouldn't a Oren-Nayer shader be better than lambert for the fuzzy/cloth red material?
maybe too much support and feedback :D

Have a great Christmas, or "holiday" and a happy new year too.

Anonymous said...

I appreciate all that you do. Thanks for your tuts and yes this would make a great finished tut. Merry Christmas.

Virgilio said...

Thanks a lot for another great video, Kernon! And Merry Christmas! :)

PBRN said...

Hello,
Thanks a lot for another great video ! Good happy holiday and good New Year !

Kernon Dillon said...

Thanks to all! I hope you all are having a great time gearing up for the coming new year.

johnathane said...

Thanks for sharing this tutorial i was searching
for this tutorial for a while. Now i can start my
work.
3d tutorials

Anonymous said...

I just saw this Kernon, another terrific addition to a long list of wonderful tutorials. I like the way you chose to model this in separate components. Exellent work flow; I can see how this tutorial, slowed down at the node stage, would make a great tutorial about nodes.

Happy new year and thank you for this.

Don

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