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Old 28-06-2006, 10:48 PM   #1
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There seems to be a lot of people doing spaceships, but not many doing original designs. This is one I designed, without planning, I just got a picture in my head of what it would look like and started it, then modified it a bit on a whim.

I'm working on a long-term project, not to impress any studio, more with the purpose of following a story line and eventually ending up with a long animation.

The only thing I see that I want to improve is the chrome is reflecting the ground much brighter than it actually is, and I have not figured out which setting I need to change to modify that yet.
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