That's what friends are for

Finally He has a friend. Of course, it wasn’t good at first, but in the end they ended up seeing the same place.

I wanted to make a friend for RoboCop, so I refined ed-209. I didn’t try to change too much out of respect for the original, but it’s a pity that the feeling has changed a little. I hope you will see it with a happy and generous heart.

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Hi @11150

Too funny could not but help laughing!
That little Robocop guy is great and the mech of course is incredible. It would be great to animate them both.

Thanks for posting.
RM

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amazing work!!

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Thank you very much for giving me good encouragement that is not suitable for my lack of work. I will work hard to do a really cool job. Have a wondful Year~, 3dsynergy

See you in a long time. Hey, I see you often on YouTube, so it’s not unfamiliar. Your kindness is always appreciated. You have the best skills and personality. Thank you, Kyle Houchens~

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I made a few short videos to help you understand.

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Hi @11150
Cool animations, I keep forgetting you’re building this model for real. When you get your real model working you can simply photograph it that way. Will your model be Grass Hopper controlled? It would be fun to imitate the scene where it tries to walk down stairs ends up falling and crying like a baby. They have the original on YouTube now. I still love the commercials in it.
RM

Wonderful! Could you explain how you did the animation and what is the render engine?

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you my friend do some impressive stuff again!! I absolutely love this little guy. I’d love to hear the Ed-E voice from fallout for him:)

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I liked the song “That’s what friends are for” by Dionne Warwick, and when I saw these two, I thought they would fit together. Several decades have passed since I saw the original Robocop, but it still leaves a lasting impression and impression in my heart. I am so happy that we can share good memories together. I hope someday I can make an animation of Robocop comforting ed209, who falls down the stairs and cries. I am truly sorry for replying after a year.

As you know, animation in Rhino is a difficult task, so we had no choice but to borrow the power of other software. The video above used Blender and UE.

Although it is difficult to understand how the machine actually moves, the ED-209’s walking is actually very interesting. The idea of ​​the person who came up with this movement is also really great. The scene I talked about remains in my memory for a long time. I want to share my memories with another animation. I am very sorry for the late reply.

Time goes by
Peace has come to Detroit
In a shabby building that no one visits
Two were discarded.
Like the grandfather of Pixar animation 'UP’s main character who dreamed of a wonderful vacation.
They are dreaming.

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Hi @11150
That’s wonderful animation! Did you do all that in Rhino? Which rendering engine did you use?
I really like the camera defocus and depth of field play.
Thanks for the update and happy modeling and animation.
RM

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Modeling was created in Rhino3d, physics simulation was created in Blender, and render was created in UE. I want to do everything in Rhino 3D, but I personally still have some inconveniences. This may be because I don’t know much about Rhino3D yet. I’m looking forward to the day when McNeel will solve the hassle of going back and forth between multiple software.

I also really like the way the camera controls depth of field. This is because I think it is a very important element that creates a sense of realism. So I add a DOF effect to all my renders, but I’m careful not to overdo it sometimes.

I will come back often with good results. I hope you always have a healthy and enjoyable day.