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    Looks great Richard!

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    man, I think we need some golf-like handicap system. 10 minutes extra per point, I would start out with like 20 points

    speaking of which, did I mutilate the poor corridor so much that no one recognizes the movie

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    Hmm I can't recognise that corridor sorry, it looks vaguely Starwars-ish, but I can't quite place it (and what doesn't look SW-ish!)

    and yeah I'd need a huge handicap to get anything done in an hour!

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    not star wars to be fair it's only in a tiny fraction of the movie. I think I need to give a hint (hopefully it doesn't confuse more ): There's a crew quarter with a cat to the right of the camera.

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    I lasted a total of 42 minutes...not really my thing, but it's curved

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    Corridor from Eon

    Here is a quick take on the corridor in Greg Bear's Eon. It is a great sf book. Modeling was less than 15 minutes as it is just sub patched cylinders and a simple ship. Texturing took about an hour.

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    oh very cool render Richard, are there any lights in the scene or is it just the luminous polys?
    jeffry's off contest also looks amazing !
    solid work from the others do, as usual

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    Here's my attempt, after watching Alien the other night:

    And the view from Layout:

    Modelling time - 55 minutes (Vertibevel used during modeling)
    Texturing/lighting time - around 4 hours (Anything Goos used for some of the texturing wear and tear)
    Rendering time - 8 hours 40 minutes 55 seconds (rendered with volumetrics and radiosity, 8 Classic AA passes)
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    good stuff, and not even using up the whole time *envy*

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    Quote Originally Posted by R.Feeney View Post
    Some great work so far guys
    My own halfarsed corridor, Dalek from the previous Scifi Icons challenge.
    very cool! kind of reminds me of the corridor from empire strikes before Luke gets his hand cut off....

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmperorPete View Post
    Here's my attempt, after watching Alien the other night:

    And the view from Layout:

    Modelling time - 55 minutes (Vertibevel used during modeling)
    Texturing/lighting time - around 4 hours (Anything Goos used for some of the texturing wear and tear)
    Rendering time - 8 hours 40 minutes 55 seconds (rendered with volumetrics and radiosity, 8 Classic AA passes)
    Yummy!!

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    since tomorrow is the last day, before the thread fades into obscurity, one final "hint" (and reference) for my borked up corridor attempt. A shot from the movie.
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    Great work, EmperorPete!

    That looks like Buckaroo Banzai, Myagi, except I can't remember a corridor like that. You did a good job with your model, anyway.

    Inspiration! Aliens? Outside Ripley's apartment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nangleator View Post
    Aliens? Outside Ripley's apartment?
    ding, ding, ding! we have a winner

    Yes it's the short clip where Burke walks up to Ripley's quarters/apartement.

    Allthough that station is only a small part, for some reason I really dig those sets. I love all the other sets of Alien and Aliens awell, but coolness vs. screen-time ratio is particularily high on that portion. Maybe it's that everything is so cramped and non-luxurious, which gives it a this-could-actually-be-real feeling, since space in space (pardon the pun) is expensive.

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