Alex Batman

allistormiguelrichards:

nightmareofthemoon:

sinsays:

catbountry:

globalsoftpirka:

princeowl:

bioshock infinite: horseverse

Oh my god

Oh my God.

OH MY GOD

OH MY GOD

I guess we found the place where they decided to settle down.

epic-humor:

this is great

pinkperv:

drvalkyrie:

pupmutt:

Please watch this

I SAW THIS EPISODE AS A KID AND NO ONE BELIEVED ME WHEN I TOLD THEM ABOUT IT.

HIS FACE

tanzaniteflight:

For those that don’t know animation software, 3D animated characters typically have to be manually posed using a combination of both interactive pivots and graphed coordinates for every individual one of those pivots, rendered out, then played back in order to get an idea of what the final animation will look like, and you wouldn’t even be able to see his fur. 

Pixar’s in-house animation program, Presto, as demonstrated above, not only plays those animations back in real time, but also plays back with all 3 million strands of Sulley’s fur visible. 

To give you an idea of how much computer memory this takes, Monsters University’s final render, after the lighting process, was 20 gigabytes per frame. There are 24 frames in one second of animation.

My friend is a 3-D modeler also an animator. He would love to take advantage of their subsurface software along with a powerful Nvidia Graphics card that he dreams about.

1212m:

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