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Member Since 15 Mar 2006
Offline Last Active Jul 27 2007 08:01 PM

This movie will change your life.

14 July 2007 - 11:52 PM

Taken from DI forums.

Everyone do me a favor and watch to the end before you post.


Ken vs Chun Li (Street Fighter 3rd Strike)

10 April 2007 - 08:26 PM

Full parry with 1% life and nice finish.

It's almost impossible :ohnoes:


23 February 2007 - 02:03 AM

Parkour. Some call it a sport. Some call it an art form. Some call it a discipline. But to those who practice it, it is much more than that. It is a way of life.

Parkour, known as the art of displacement (motion), is a physical activity which involves moving on foot from one point to another in the fastest, most fluid, and most efficient way possible, overcoming all obstacles in one’s way (this does not include flips, contrary to popular belief). This involves running and jumping in an urban environment. Think of it as using the city as you own personal obstacle course. See a rail? Vault over it. See a wall? Climb it. See a gap? Leap across it. Come to a ledge? Jump down. Everything around you can be used as part of your parkour journey.

One of the greatest things about parkour is that anyone can do it. Because it is based around movements your body is meant to do naturally, it is extremely easy to pick up. It is as simple as going outside and experimenting with what’s around you - trying to vault that rail, trying to jump over that park bench. Of course, it’s always better to have someone join you in your training. This leads us to another great thing about parkour - the sense of friendship it inspires. It’s something you can do with a bunch of buddies if you’re just hanging out. Instead of sitting around and eating junk food, why not have more fun by doing parkour outside and burning some energy? Think about it. If you’ve ever tried to motivate yourself to get out and exercise, instead of doing something boring, try parkour for a change. You won’t regret it.

Now, if you’re thinking about starting parkour, but have some doubts, I know exactly how you feel. If you’re asking yourself right now, what if I’m not good enough? What if I can’t do things some others can? Fear not. Everyone who practices parkour goes at their own pace. No one will pressure you into doing something you don’t want to do. This is because there is no competition in parkour. Parkour is about self-improvement. You don’t measure your skill by comparing yourself with others, but by seeing how much you yourself have progressed. If you are constantly doing things you couldn’t do before, that’s the reward in and of itself. And let me tell you, it is a great feeling.

Overcoming all of these obstacles in parkour will carry on in other aspects of your life too. By constantly achieving the goals you set in parkour, you will feel better and more confident about everything you do outside of parkour. You can look at the world and not feel completely overwhelmed by it. Like in parkour, you realize you can take things step by step. Everything seems easier. Everything seems more possible.

On the flip side, parkour is also a great way to relieve stress. If you feel like you just need a break, you can go outside and do some parkour. Release all that pent-up energy inside you, and come back calmer and more relaxed. Those endorphins released by your brain when you exercise will make you feel happier, and it is easier to forget about your worries.

Parkour is about freedom. Imagine using things which are supposed to restrict your movement (walls, rails, etc.) to actually enhance it instead. Nothing can force you to move in a certain way. Move the way you want to move. It is about adapting to the environment around you, using every aspect of your surroundings to propel you further and further.

Parkour is about looking at the world in a new way. It is about opening your eyes to the world and seeing something completely different. It is about (to steal Morpheus’ famous words) freeing your mind. You gain a new perspective on the world. You see things in a new way. You notice the beauty in things which others deem boring and mundane. You gain a new sense of awareness in your world.

Now, if you look at pictures or videos of parkour, you’ll see people jumping from rooftop to rooftop, moving at breakneck speeds, as well as dropping from large heights to the ground. If you’re thinking, isn’t this a bit dangerous? Don’t worry. Remember that these people have practiced for years and years to get where they are. As with any other organized physical activity, safety comes absolutely first in parkour. Everyone who starts parkour learns the basics first, and gradually gets better and better. And because there is no one pushing you past your limits, it’s probably even safer than most other activities.

Still interested? Great. Parkour will change your life for the better. It is a workout for your mind, body, and soul. For more information about parkour, be sure to check out http://www.pkto.ca. But for now, just get out and move. You won’t regret it.

Written by Jonathan Sun

Here is a nice video of pros doing some of the things.

Water done in 3d studio Max 9.0 + more.

20 November 2006 - 01:29 PM

Done in 3ds Max 9.0 using super spray.

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In this picture the side wall is so bad looking because it is not properly lit up.

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Rate my first animation.

18 November 2006 - 10:12 PM

Done in 3ds Max 8.0 using particle array.