Re: Creating a crown in ProAnimator by Jon Okerstrom on Jul 20, 2005 at 4:05:31 am
I'm that guy. The circle looks like a diamond in Invigorator and ProAnimator in draft mode, to save rendering time. Look at it in best quality mode (do a test render) and you'll see a sphere. Or, if you want, use a smaller number for object smoothness in draft mode. Your preview will be slower, but you'll see the smoothing effect.
If you get stuck along the way, let us know and we'll try to help.
Re: Creating a crown in ProAnimator by thowle on Jul 20, 2005 at 5:04:30 am
Can you send me the project, or help me out. I don't have Adobe Illustrator, and I cant make the transparency work to make the crown look good. It just looks like a sphere with a golden tint, and you can see the outline of the crown kinda in it. But it looks nothing like yours.
I am using the ProAnimator 3.0.2 Stand-alone version.
My E-Mail it thowle [-at-] elwoh [-dot-] com, or my MSN Address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Re: Creating a crown in ProAnimator by thowle on Jul 20, 2005 at 5:07:42 am
You know, something else I'd like to do, and learn how to do is add a background. Right now, it's just a black background with the letter effect (which looks cool in itself, and when I add the crown animation coming down it will really look cool.) But on some things, I'd like to add some background, like in those that Alan guy made (not sure if that's his name) on the main website for ProAnimator.