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Keeley Arnold's Portfolio

Freelance Children's Book Illustrator & Storyboarder

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Roger's Portfolio RDS2@Q. - Over 30 days ago
Got your message. Visited your site. Left you a message with URL addresses for some of my animation work. I mostly use Blender right now for most of my projects. Some of the work/projects on those URL's are from some freelance contracts, and some from my CAD class projects. So I do use AutoCAD, Revit, (Tekla; which is a structural steel software), Blender, and learning Maya 2016 and some After Effects. I started with 3D Studio in 1992, using it to create a short "Bug" story animation.
Regards
Keeley Arnold - Over 30 days ago
Thank you so much for sending me your animation work! I just watched through the videos, and was really impressed by your architectural renderings! The detail was gorgeous, I even spent a couple minutes trying to decide if I was looking at photos from a real house. I took a couple 3D classes myself (working only in Maya), but unfortunately the physics aspect was a little bit too confusing for me so I think for now I'll stick with 2D illustrations. I would love to see your "Bug" animation, if you still have it! Once again, thank you for sharing.
Sincerely,
Keeley
Roger's Portfolio RDS2@Q. - Over 30 days ago
Thank you for the kudos. Yes I still have parts of the "Bug Story", but on VHS. I have been trying to hook up the VHS to the computer again. I had transferred a VHS home movie to the computer and burned DVD's for my brothers and sisters. I used LightScribe to burn the label on. Have you ever used that? You would put your DVD in the player up-side-down and burn the label on it. But it has to be a LightScribe disk.
I am in a Maya class now. It is something like Blender, but seems to have more bells and buttons. Blender has most of the same feathers. I guess I like it more because I am use to using it. And don't worry about the physics part. You the computer does all the calculations, and while using it you don't even think about that. Not like Ray Dream Tracer where you had to do all the algebraic formulas yourself.
Regards
Roger