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    You have nice detail there in the geometry, it's time for bumping. For me the volume light seems too strong, but I can imagine a scenario where it looks exactly like this.
    Great work!

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    fazi - well, I mostly agree on all the points except the absence of volumetrics in space. The original idea is to show the starship crossing the solar crown - possibly in a nebula as well. I do agree that space is mostly vacuum though, and it's not necessarily a common situation, but not completely impossible as I see it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kora View Post
    fazi - well, I mostly agree on all the points except the absence of volumetrics in space. The original idea is to show the starship crossing the solar crown - possibly in a nebula as well. I do agree that space is mostly vacuum though, and it's not necessarily a common situation, but not completely impossible as I see it
    On this scale it is imposible. Nebula is visable only from distance. If You fly thru nebula it will be as black outside as everywhere else. Imagine grid of LEDs 1000x1000 of them but distance between every LED will be 100 feet. If You observe it from few feets it will be just few Leds but watch it from few miles and it will be almost solid spot of light. Same thing with nebulas. They are little density but enormously in size.

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