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Old 17-04-2005, 02:48 PM   #1
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Default Starship coming home (star trek)

I decided to put together some imagery with a model I made a couple of years ago. Originally I made the model in 3ds max and then converted it to Maya when I switched apps. But I hadn't done alot with it since then, as I've always been caught up with other things. I'm currently working on a related project (the Reliant from STII over in wip), and I needed a break from modeling. So I decided to pull this model out of retirement and make a composition with it. All of the elements were rendered in 3d and then composited in Photoshop.

I also have a 1280x1024 version avaliable.

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Old 17-04-2005, 05:09 PM   #2
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wow! A scene as good any of the movie renders!

[Edit] Looks even better with the lights down!
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Old 18-04-2005, 09:49 AM   #3
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Beautiful Bud

Simple and very effective
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Heya Jason,

Very nice looking scene indeed. Great job!

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great image! would be a great wallpaper for those trekies.
any tips on how you got the planet to look the way it did?
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Hey! The space is down. Maybe you can upload it somewhere else.

I can provide Webspace (up to 50GB Transfer / Month and free) [only for Maya Renders and so on]
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hi,

you can see the picture on my renderosity gallery in my signature
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