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Posted: Sun, 2nd Sep 2007, 12:01am

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nevill

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Hello!

I am in need of an empty hangar shot, similar to the one in star wars 3 where the Jedi land inside Grievous' ship and Obi Wan jumps out. I have looked at scifi3d and googled many times over but to little ovail, a high res would be awesome! If anyone can help out here, much appreciated! smile
Posted: Sun, 2nd Sep 2007, 4:05am

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When I say shot, I mean a picture of any kind.....I'm still trying to find anything of the like, I can always add a starfield in later but an empty hangar, shuttle bay is needed.
Posted: Tue, 4th Sep 2007, 8:30pm

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http://scifi3d.com/list.asp?intGenreID=10&intCatID=42
Here a five different hangar models.

If you don't have a 3d program to use these tell me which one you like the most and I can make stills for you.
Posted: Tue, 4th Sep 2007, 11:32pm

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the 2nd and fifth are prob the best. thanks again tyguy!
Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 5:07pm

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Here are the picture from the 5th model

I didn't take ones from the second because it looked pretty bad. It looks good on the website, but I am taking the pics with Photoshop Extended and it doesn't handle reifications. So allot the model was black and you couldn't see anything. The other model looked a lot better.








Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 9:47pm

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Quvoo

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Those pictures don't look that good, they don't even have textures.
Posted: Mon, 17th Sep 2007, 8:02pm

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Let's see you make something like that Henry. As far as the 3d goes it's incredible. Yes it need textures, but that comes when he knows the person will be using it. Textures are also very time consuming, so give him a break.

Nice job tybuy2021, I like it a lot. Keep up the awesome work.
Posted: Mon, 17th Sep 2007, 10:30pm

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Mandalorian wrote:

Let's see you make something like that Henry
Well I just happen to be a CGI artist, So I can could make something better.

A couple of small textures would make it look way better and wouldn't be much time consuming. And he said he dwonloaded it so all he had to do is move the camera.
Posted: Mon, 17th Sep 2007, 11:17pm

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Author: Henry701 17 Sep 2007 14:30

Mandalorian wrote:
Let's see you make something like that Henry


Well I just happen to be a CGI artist, So I can could make something better.

A couple of small textures would make it look way better and wouldn't be much time consuming. And he said he dwonloaded it so all he had to do is move the camera.
It's just a concept desighn. I for one would not put textures on a model, not even if it took five minutes (which it dosn't), if I didn't know it would get exepted or not. And I think it is a great highly detailed modle (Exept for the textures). And If you'er so good, why didn't you offer to make the modle. What Prgram do you use, tyguy?
Posted: Mon, 17th Sep 2007, 11:25pm

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Photoshop Extended
Posted: Tue, 18th Sep 2007, 12:23am

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What ever it is, it's good.
Posted: Tue, 18th Sep 2007, 11:21pm

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Rockfilmers wrote:

Author: Henry701 17 Sep 2007 14:30

Mandalorian wrote:
Let's see you make something like that Henry


Well I just happen to be a CGI artist, So I can could make something better.

A couple of small textures would make it look way better and wouldn't be much time consuming. And he said he dwonloaded it so all he had to do is move the camera.
It's just a concept desighn. I for one would not put textures on a model, not even if it took five minutes (which it dosn't), if I didn't know it would get exepted or not. And I think it is a great highly detailed modle (Exept for the textures). And If you'er so good, why didn't you offer to make the modle. What Prgram do you use, tyguy?
First off, it would take weeks do model something like that, and I got other things to do. All he did was download the model and take a picture, so to say those where nive models wouldn't be complimenting him at all. If he would have put some simple textures in there (which would take half an hour) then I would have said something like nice textures. And he said no were that it's a concept design, don't know where you got that from.
Posted: Wed, 19th Sep 2007, 7:15am

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tyguy2021

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I don't have software that can add textures. So before you start dissing me why don't you take the half an hour to texture it.

P.S. Learn to spell!
Posted: Wed, 19th Sep 2007, 8:19am

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I have to agree with Henry701. The model itself seems fine, but without some proper texture work, it simply doesn't look good, unless you're after late 90s videogame quality. It's untextured. I don't see why someone pointing out the simple fact it's untextured creates such a fuss...


Rockfilmers wrote:

And If you'er so good, why didn't you offer to make the modle

Tyguy2021 wrote:

So before you start dissing me why don't you take the half an hour to texture it.
Because he absolutely doesn't have to offer to spend days of work if he doesn't want to.

Now kids, play nice from now on.



And to Rockfilmers:

Re-read the guidelines for voting on someones comments again please, I have removed your vote on Henry701 posts.