I'm back for the christmas holiday. Uni is going very well indeed: applying for this course was the best decision I ever made. I love Huddersfield, I love my uni chums, I love my work and I love the fact that I'm not a shy gibbering wreck anymore. It's strange, some people have commented on how I seem like a different person, but really I feel I'm more like the person who I've always wanted to be.
Anyway, enough of that crap, I've got a video of my first 3D work that you lot may be interested in:
Alright, I know it's not great, but hey-- it's my first ever 3D model/animation/environment! I got one of the top marks for it too (only two people scored above me, and they'd used 3D Max before). So, well, I'm pretty pleased with how it turned out.
The only thing that really annoyed me was that I couldn't get the fish to actually accelerate, it could only move at constant speeds... hence why it seems a bit jerky at points. I asked my tutor, but apparently the only way to do it is with MaxScript. BAH.
So.. how are you all?