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michiel | 9 months ago | 15 comments | 14 likes | 964 views

Ilja, nonnogio, shoji M and 11 others like this!

A 3D sketch in the shape of the tennis ball curve.

The glossy effect is produced by the ProceduralTextures\ShinePlus effect, without using a texture.

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Very beautiful design. Thank you.

liuyongcai, 9 months ago

Great Class! very beautiful 3D logo, thank you michiel.

vincent, 9 months ago

how did you design the 3D sketch?
Great animation.

Franco Aversa, 9 months ago

Thnx Michiel, looks awesome.

Filip, 9 months ago

Molto elegante di grande effetto. Grazie per averlo condiviso

nonnogio, 9 months ago

Nice. Thank you Michiel

chaver, 9 months ago

Awesome, thank you Michiel!

LostBoyz, 9 months ago

Thank you all!

Franco, the 3D EPS has been generated by a script using a mathematical formula:

Maybe we can add it as a preset in Bixelangelo!

michiel, 9 months ago

Michiel, a script option would be nice even if it requires revising the mathematical functions 🤓

vincent, 9 months ago

Michiel I'm thinking to add in my emoji video's "movement curves" for the movement of the hands. I wanted to use Bixelangelo for eg a trowing curve and movement of the ball.

Maybe these curves can be made with scripts?

Filip, 9 months ago

Filip, I think it will be much easier to animate your hands and balls with keyframes. Use Bezier splines to smooth the path (dropdown to the right of the layers dropdown).

Scripts are only useful for abstract, mathematical shapes.

michiel, 9 months ago

Wow....Looks stunning …. what a lovely color combination... ShinePlus effect .. saves much time

Dani, 9 months ago

Merci Michel

PAT67, 9 months ago

This looks great!

Ulli, 8 months ago

Gracias Michiel

gato@mo, 8 months ago

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