Monday, August 31, 2009

Model Submission: Download Overload

Sketchup Models:
http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=dfe4c54b2a34c4436a454fa6eb408cf8

http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=efcf8f8bf08fe6c6a454fa6eb408cf8



Crysis Environment:
http://www.filefront.com/14449889/BENV2423-2009_3292108_JenniferLynnSalcedo.cry
http://www.filefront.com/14449905/Objects.rar

Machinima:

Machinima: Gone in 60 seconds

Platform: Golden Eye

Dock:


Platform:


Unused Model:

Analyse That: Explosive Hypothesis

Instruction: Carefully place explosive devices and record the interrelationships between objects, the explosive catalysts and space as they are triggered

Barrel Roll [Medium]
The barrels I have placed are to roll down the ramp and collide into the stacked chairs and table. I predict that the barrel will blow up as it reaches the stack and blow all the pieces to smithereens. I believe they will move away from the point of impact.






Goodbye Villagehouse_1 [Large]
I predict that this house will explode and all the pieces will fall back (away from the point of impact). Sadly, my theory was slightly wrong. Instead, the house just blew up into many tiny pieces - turning into mere particles in the sky, with larger pieces stacked above the point of impact. Curiously surprised!





Beautiful Boom. [Medium/Large]
For the barrels, I predicted that they blow up into the air, crumbling into various pieces before reaching the ground. Though I was partially right; the point of impact, target area, shoot range and material of the barrels all played part in determining the physics of the explosion.



Le Float [Small]
This small explosion was a test to see what would happen to a log that was lodged into the ground then exploded. Below are the results. I actually expected it to just blow up into pieces of bark. Interesting discovery.

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Epic Fail.

This vid was a failed test of my initial environment. Unfortunately, my sketchup model for my initial environment was also lost in a discovery that the objects folder must always be saved with the level. Thus, that platform has now long gone. May it rest in peace amongst all the other lost data in the world. But anyway, here's the failed video attempt:

Week One