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Old 26-02-2008, 06:48 AM   #91
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hey Jr Who
I was checking out your website and the HD images do much more justice to this ship. I like it a lot better when you can see the detail work you have done. For the sake of having 640x480 renders here I think you should be zommed in a lot more, and not trying to capture the whole ship, but pieces of it over several renders so we can get an idea of the scale for one, and all the detail you have worked so hard on.

This is really shaping up well and I hope you fix that ocean/wake problem.
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Old 26-02-2008, 08:57 AM   #92
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Originally posted by DJbLAZER
There are some things you can do to make it look big.

One is to put the camera under the object to look up to it.

Another trick is to have other objects in the scene that the viewer know the real size of and can compare other objects to. For example humans, birds etc.
Meh, I'm not going to get overly concerned over it, as I'm getting a very excited over my next project. I'm also almost done with a secret project that I've been working on a little. Maybe if you're lucky I'll post something on it today.

Oh, BTW, I might need your help in particular a lot for my next project.

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hey Jr Who
I was checking out your website and the HD images do much more justice to this ship. I like it a lot better when you can see the detail work you have done. For the sake of having 640x480 renders here I think you should be zommed in a lot more, and not trying to capture the whole ship, but pieces of it over several renders so we can get an idea of the scale for one, and all the detail you have worked so hard on.
Thanks a lot.

You mean kinda like how I did the sails when I was UV mapping them? That's a great idea!
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You mean kinda like how I did the sails when I was UV mapping them? That's a great idea!
Precisely!
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Old 26-02-2008, 02:08 PM   #94
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Had some last minute things to tweak, but I got the finished thread put up!

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