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Nanosuit Arena

Demonstration of Nanosuit under real conditions in a battle arena.

Production team
AnyBrickProducer, project's creator

Brick à Brack (8)Contests (2)

Great effects and animation!

Amazing you know how to edit!! Well done!

I am glad you like the effects of this little film. You may be a little bit more impressed after I told you that I have only used a 12x14 studs big real set.
Most time I needed for learning how to improve the CGI realism and how to set up a good workflow for the render passes.

This is amazingly flawless!!!

So clean !!

Et à coté y a moi qui veux sortir mon premier brickfilm mais qui galère pour la lumiere
Son brickfilm est tellement propre

@BLACKTRON_BRICKEt à coté y a moi qui veux sortir mon premier brickfilm mais qui galère pour la lumiere
Son brickfilm est tellement propre

Google said: "And next to me there is me who want to release my first brickfilm but struggling for the light
His brickfilm is so clean" Hopefully this translation is correct. My answer is based on the google translation.

Thank you very much for your attention. My first advice for a newcomer dedicated to light issues would be:
1. darken your room and use only a desk lamp (block Daylight)
2. to reduce the impact of the desk lamp flicker frequency you might increase the exposure time (normalize light ball frequency)
3. wear long dark clothes and if you are white skinned hide your hands while taking the photos (reduce reflection at bricks)

@AnyBrick
@BLACKTRON_BRICKEt à coté y a moi qui veux sortir mon premier brickfilm mais qui galère pour la lumiere
Son brickfilm est tellement propre

Google said: "And next to me there is me who want to release my first brickfilm but struggling for the light
His brickfilm is so clean" Hopefully this translation is correct. My answer is based on the google translation.

Thank you very much for your attention. My first advice for a newcomer dedicated to light issues would be:
1. darken your room and use only a desk lamp (block Daylight)
2. to reduce the impact of the desk lamp flicker frequency you might increase the exposure time (normalize light ball frequency)
3. wear long dark clothes and if you are white skinned hide your hands while taking the photos (reduce reflection at bricks)



Ok thanks
we will see the result then

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