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Hi /3/,

I'm an architectural designer working on a hockey arena. Currently, I have the building modelled out and am building a walkthrough video that is meant to have moving people in it so that the clients can get an idea of what the space can look like. Give it life, you know?

Anyways, I use lumion for rendering the video, and then put those clips into Premiere Rush to do the final video edit.

What I want to do is find a 3D block, as it were, of a hockey game going on that I could put into the video. One where any angle I'm looking at the rink, it looks like there's just players skating around.

Is this possible? And if so, where would I get these 3D blocks to insert?

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you're not an architectural designer, cris.



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