Video: CGI Goetsch-Winckler by Jeff Myers

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Video: CGI Goetsch-Winckler by Jeff Myers

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Post by hypnoraygun »

WOW! This is amazing!

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Post by dtc »

Jeff,
Excellent!
The faster pace tour and music work well together.

I must say, the Goetsh Winckler is as elegant as any usonian Wright has designed.

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Post by peterm »

Jeff- Be careful with your spelling. Both names need correcting. It's Goetsch Winkler.

Now that I have the trivialities out the way...

Every video that you make is better than the last. Very impressive... keep it up!

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Post by Jeff Myers »

Thanks Peter didn't notice it... I remember I uploaded that in the evening so I probably wasn't paying attention to it, I will make sure to fix it.
at All: Thanks, it was fun to make it, on what little original photos I had just plans and newer photos
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Post by Education Professor »

Very good work, Jeff!

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Post by egads »

I also want to say how impressed I am. My only nit pick: could it be slowed down? I get seasick watching these fly through s. This one seems frenetic.

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Post by KevinW »

As someone who does 3D modeling everyday in Revit and occasionally Sketch-up, I am very, very impressed with your abilities. Great job, but could be slowed down...I wanted to linger for awhile.. :wink:
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Post by Jeff Myers »

I will soon fix the issues, I need to get m video editing software back up, and hopefully soon.
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Post by SDR »

Actually -- it's Goetsch-Winckler. (Just add every possible letter and you've got it !)

Nice job, Jeff. You get better and better (of course) -- and the music is better too. I still think your french door frames are a little skinny -- but that's it for nit-picks. Bravo -- and keep it up.

Stephen

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Post by m.perrino »

Jeff : this is amazing work. Maybe slowed down just a tad, but the music was a nice add in . Your expertise and talent are much appreciated.

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Post by dtc »

I viewed your video another time and I hope all you change is the spelling of Goetsch- Winckler. That is all it needs.

You might or might not be aware of the infamous critique George Lucas gave Francis Ford Coppola after viewing one of the first cuts/edits of "Godfather 2".
Lucas suggested that Coppola should cut one of the two stories he was melding and composing together and he would have a winner.

We are all glad Coppola did not pay any attention to his good friend's advice.
Stick with what your heart and guts tell you to do.

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Post by lang »

Wow, Jeff, this is simply an amazing job! I cannot fathom the effort you must have put into this. Hats off to you an your collaborators :)

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Post by Deke »

What program are you using? Sketchup for both modeling and animation? Nice work.

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Post by Jeff Myers »

You got it Deke.
I now do a share screen so I might do it where I am at the control not the computer.
Thank you Lang, I thank SDR and others for the help as well. I still have a little lack in my book knowledge but I think I am about to invest in getting a few more books soon.
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