"Markus Altendorff" <maa### [at] anthrosphinxde> wrote in message
> St. wrote:
> > No, 'The Black Robe" was just an example Darin. Of course, you can
> > with this subject if you all want to, or if you all want me to, I'll
> > another one for you.
> > As for the Anims completion date, that would be for you all to
> > on. The present Stills competition (Before and After) will end on the
> > April. If you want the Anims to tie-in with the Stills, I don't see why
> > Anims is every 4 months - would this be too long? Or would 2 months be
> > short?
> -> just stating my own opinion here - will also bend to the
> majority ;) <-
> four months is OK - that's 120 days, and more chance to
> sneak working on 3D in between this "real life" i've been
> hearing so much about ;)
> 60 days is a bit short for animations (esp. if modelling is
> included - i find that it takes more than 2/3 of the time i
> spend on an animation)
> I also was under the impression of "The black robe" being
> the next topic.
> For a timeframe, i think months-aligned (i.e. 30/31/1st)
> should do nicely.
> OK, i'm going back to building a bigger spaceship now...
> Current Song: "Lit" : "Over my Head" (Titan A.E. Soundtrack)
Yes - I agree with Markus --- I like 4 months. It will give us plenty of
to produce a praiseworthy animation. This will also tie-in nicely with the
Also, it might be kinda fun to have one topic for both stills and
One could look at the interpretation of a still picture (and then click)
to see the interpretation in animation. (interesting ????)
However, the still and animation topic will not be concurrent on completion
which should not make a difference. If the web page is designed properly,
see the evolution of this scheme.
These are only suggestion. By consolidating same topic and completion dates
for stills and animations; it should make managing the web site easier to
.....Ok, I think animation should join in on the next topic starting after
this will help get animation involved in the new web site. It was starting
to feel like
we were not part of it.
Thanx ~Steve~ for keeping the this community alive.
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