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Old 16-07-2006, 08:05 PM   #16
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yeah..haha...it's a tricky one! ill try you way..sound like it could work if done well (and sneaky)

Also take a minute to have a read of that webpage i posted above....It is a great read about the making of the cg effects..
The first scene with the ship is totally cg and looks so god dam real!!..
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try this my friend.


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http://www.tinkering.net/sciviz/wave.pdf
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try this my friend.


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very cool, pix...

thanks for postin it!
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