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They just used a bunch of assets from SpeedTree and Quixel Megascans to create the environments in the Lion King and Jungle Book. Any Pajeet can do it

https://quixel.com/blog/2016/8/23/megascans-an-indispensable-resource-for-the-jungle-book
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>>689836
>Any Pajeet can do it

The Problem with Pajeet is that their business dont gives a shit about art or culture. Unless its about to build their graves and castles. There all Pajeets are born in the artist cast but cant do a shit due no fucking money invested into their 3d projects.
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You always write tools to generate things like plants, buildings, terrain etc. they just decided to use speedtree rather that writing their own. It's not that strange.
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>>689836
This is why im afraid to use any premade grass/trees models, dont want anybody to recognize them. Speedtree is fine since you can customize it a lot.
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>>689836
If any Pajeet can do it, then why don't they?
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Hey OP, this is the opportunity to prove yourself. Build an environment comparable to Disney's. Show that you are better than pajeets. Come on, do it, faggot.
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>>689836
Work smarter, not harder.
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>>689846
they do
3D industry is full of pajeets
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>>689836

Normies don't care about background trees.
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they use Vue Xstream
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>>689857
Great tool, but incredibly slow.
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Speaking of Pajeets... you get what you pay for.
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>>689863
The problem wasn't the software, but Boeing not telling pilots about the functionality.
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>>689864
Hard to tell what the problem was really, but this kind of outsourcing is a thing. For their plane it's mostly bad design and lac of engineering due to time constraints and pressure to keep up with airbus. They essentially slapped bigger heavier engines on the same plane and thought it would be gravy.
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>>689863
baha soon the pilots get calls from scammers and the autopilot is locked by ransomware
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>>689855
I've yet to see anything close to Disney's quality produced by Pajeets.
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>>689885
>implying Disney doesn't outsource to Pajeetskan
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>>689836
except that Disney lets vfx studios like MPC do that. They pay a fixed amount and the studio needs to meet certain requirements. So obviously they are going to minmax wherever possible.
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I can understand a company like Boeing outsourcing for stupid shit like moulding and seats, decorative nonsense... the non essential.
But to outsource the coding of the software? Did they go through a wave a diversity hires?
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>>689836
That's the purpose of creating that kind of tools... You know?
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>>689911
>here is your animation, sir
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>>689919
>I can understand a company like Boeing outsourcing for stupid shit

Software used in 737 Max crashes linked to Indian software companies

https://www.theonlinecitizen.com/2019/06/29/software-used-in-737-max-crashes-linked-to-indian-software-companies/
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>>689989
Imagine the smell



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