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Star Wars Interiors

Posted: Wed, 22nd Aug 2007, 5:22am

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The Duelist

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Hey, I'd appreciate some interiors from various space ships, like the bridge of the executor or similar. No people can be in the picture, however, because that would defeat the purpose. Thanks,
-The Duelist.
Posted: Wed, 22nd Aug 2007, 6:47am

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Serpent

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I rendered all this out 2 years ago for an AP European history film project we worked on. I had to retexture the entire scene back then and it took a lot of work. The angles were rendered for our film, but you should be able to work with them. Make sure you credit the modeller: Sean Kennedy. I hope you use these, it took me a long to to save them all as uncompressed tifs, zip them, and put them on my server. Other people, feel free to use them. I'm going to keep the ZIP on my server. Not many people respond with actual backdrop matte shots, especially ones that you are completely free to use in whatever you want. I was feeling nice at 2:45AM, or maybe drunk tired and I felt like doing something crazy nice. There are also 2 shots of the cockpit chairs in the Millenium Falcoln. I would do some touch up work and serious color grading and maybe even a slight artificial depth of field gaussian blur. The model is very video gamey, but we made it work by using 2d software such as Photoshop, Compositelab, etc. to make it look uber sweet.

Download - http://cpostudios.com/fxhome/StarDestroyer.zip - 10.8 MB

Note: These are all high resolution, uncompressed images. They are easy to work with for artificial camera movement, etc. If you hide any texturing that shows images property of LucasFilms (Imperial shuttle picture, etc.), then you could probably get away with this without any legal concern. Especially if you are not selling it. I would try to use little to no copyrighted material, even in a fanfilm. Do not use any copyrighted material if you plan to sell your fanfilm. This causes problems in the fanfilm community and you could be punished for it. It isn't worth the money.
Posted: Wed, 22nd Aug 2007, 10:41pm

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The Duelist

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Hey, thanks. These will work great, and your kindness will be remembered.