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Any software to flip image in z-axis
alex298

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Msg#: 3178463 posted 10:05 am on Dec 5, 2006 (gmt 0)

Hello,

I want to do a "Door Open" animation. I am thinking to do it that way:

1. Draw a door in plan view (180 degree).

2. Use a software to "flip" the door in or out the monitor, i.e. z-axis (e.g. 160 degree, 140 degree, 120 degree, 100 degree, 90 degree).

3. combine the images to form the animation.

Are there any softwares that can "flip" image in z-axis?

Thanks and best regards

Alex

 

limbo

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Msg#: 3178463 posted 9:35 am on Dec 6, 2006 (gmt 0)

Hi Alex298

There are multitude of design packages out there that will enable you to create animations - something relatively simple like this could be created in any image editor, combined as frames and exported as an ani gif. But this wouldn't give you a great 3d render unless you put many hours in - but for a pictorial style animation it'd be fine to use image ready, fireworks, GIMP etc...

But if you are looking for something a bit special you might want to consider a rich media environment, like a flash file created from 3dstudio max or Director where you can better control the way light, texture and shadow fall on your door when it opens.

What's your goal?

Candid India



 
Msg#: 3178463 posted 11:53 am on Dec 7, 2006 (gmt 0)

You can use the softwares like Image Editor,Auto imager Etc to flip the image in Z axis

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