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JatinmehraJMD Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013  Student Interface Designer
@00:32Anytime Man...
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gerizafa Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013
@01:12that's awesome! Thanks, that helps a ton!
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remember to watch it in 720p!

FROM THE ARTIST
"So this my Senior Year Project (SCE) for my media computing major. Having just basic knowledge on Autodesk Maya and a casual Adobe After Effects user, It was a great challenge having to learn many things through trial and error. With that I did expect putting a lot of hours in this project but not expecting 400+ hours. It's a good feeling having to accomplish something that I've always wanted to do as a graffiti artist back in 2007. Back then having to create graffiti in 3D using Adobe Illustrator was something to be proud of but this project just brings everything to a whole new level. Well crank up your speakers cause this will be awesome. The graffiti invasion is here to stay!"

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We often see graffiti on walls to print media but how often do we see graffiti in 3 dimension with the use of real life environments? With the creation and development of new technologies and graphic softwares are starting to emerge with the ability to lift art to the next level. I would like to take this opportunity to bring both of this worlds together - 3 Dimensional graffiti in real life environment for my Senior Year Project. My goal is to sculpt and develop my personal graffiti piece to and place it as a sculpture in real life environments across and outside of the University of Mount Union. I believe that the outcome of this artwork can be used as a form of inspiration or even a tool for education within the art community ranging from art students to graffiti artists to art enthusiasts.

Design/Direction: Chris Wong madebymunki.com
Music: Excision excision.ca
Special Thanks: Bob Buganski, Joel Collins & Ryo Ikarashi
Full Project: [link]

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:iconjatinmehrajmd:
JatinmehraJMD Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2013  Student Interface Designer
@00:32This is really Awesome...
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:iconlouiehitman:
LouieHitman Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
@00:32thank you! :)
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:iconjatinmehrajmd:
JatinmehraJMD Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013  Student Interface Designer
@00:32Anytime Man...
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dizzyflower28 Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2013  Professional General Artist
:eyepopping: Amazing work!!
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LouieHitman Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
thanks! :bow:
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gerizafa Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2013
@01:12That's sick. What did you use to match the camera angle with the 3d?
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LouieHitman Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
@01:12thank you. oh that is just a still rendering in Element 3D
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gerizafa Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2013
@01:12Sorry, no... I didn't mean to tag that time... but it wouldn't let me undo it... so... I just meant during your camera pans your 3d elements moved at the same rate and angle as the camera... did you just do that by eye in Element 3D? or did you use another solution to match angles and motion?
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LouieHitman Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
@01:12oh i used Camera Tracker by The Foundry to catch, track and match the raw video and my 3D object. Hope that helps! :)
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:icongerizafa:
gerizafa Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013
@01:12that's awesome! Thanks, that helps a ton!
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