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    new texture for the space jockey-- looks a little less like marble:










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    And some major updates for the space suits:










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    Lookin' good.

    Be great if we could do volumetric flakiness, wouldn't it?
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    And still more....










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    Quote Originally Posted by Bog
    Lookin' good.

    Be great if we could do volumetric flakiness, wouldn't it?
    Like flat hypervoxels... hmm......
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    Love the new jockey texture, really looking good, also the attention to detail on the astronauts.

    I think the walls need a little work on the texture - the detailling is spot on, but the surface looks a bit sandy/rough. It's not quite got that stone/bone/metal hybid look that HR does so well.

    Very impressed overall though.

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    Well... think it's about complete. Took a three layers of passes and about 3 hours to render.

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    That's just awesome, a stunning piece of work. I hope you have a higher res one - you really want that prined as a LARGE photo!

    Now wheredid the 5* button go???
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    Sean,
    After looking at your gallery, I suddenly realized, all of the BEST looking models I've d-loaded from Bladerunner, Star Wars etc. are yours. Well done!
    Very well done!
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    Sean, what can one say? Stunning - truly stunning.
    Too old to die young.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edbittner
    Sean,
    After looking at your gallery, I suddenly realized, all of the BEST looking models I've d-loaded from Bladerunner, Star Wars etc. are yours. Well done!
    Very well done!
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    Well, maybe not all of them.... Yeah, I'm still actually working on the blade runner fan film. If the director can get some free time soon episode one should be done. http://www.seansgallery.com/pages/bladerun.htm


    Quote Originally Posted by colkai
    Sean, what can one say? Stunning - truly stunning.
    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by starbase1
    That's just awesome, a stunning piece of work. I hope you have a higher res one - you really want that prined as a LARGE photo!

    Now wheredid the 5* button go???
    Nick,

    Maybe my next render will be bigger. It was pointed out to me that I forgot about the volumetrics for the headlamps..... I'll have to re-render it later.

    There were so many surfaces, sub-D polygons, volumetrics and radostity, that my system could load, but not render, the scene. So I had to make certain objects invisible to the camera and render the background, then the middle ground, and then the foreground. Including the astronauts, the scene had nearly 13 million sub-D polygons...

    I never thought I would make a mesh that would over tax the resource on my current system....I need more RAM......
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    what are you doing this for? it is fantabulous. really it is.

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    Killer work!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gettarobox
    what are you doing this for? it is fantabulous. really it is.
    Thanks! I'm doing it to challenge myself and prove to myself that I can do it.
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