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    "Growth" | Cinema 4D Animation

    Let me know what ya think!

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    Re: "Growth" | Cinema 4D Animation

    looks good.
    only crit would be the tree grows to fast.

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    Re: "Growth" | Cinema 4D Animation

    lol That has been pretty much everyone's critique. I thought it looked alright fast, but I guess I should have slowed it. Thanks!

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    Re: "Growth" | Cinema 4D Animation

    the problem is the music you have.
    the growth of the tree needs to match the tempo of the music

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    Re: "Growth" | Cinema 4D Animation

    I like the idea man, You need to take your render and colour grade it, boost the saturation. In my opinion, it is way to flat to add light leaks. Light leaks need purpose. Your wind sound effect is too strong for your animation, try and match it more correctly. I would also agree with the trees being to fast in growing. I hope this is constructive and can give you a little direction to make it better.
    Last edited by Paul; 01-23-2013 at 09:10 PM. Reason: correction added.

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