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My latest 3D Renders by Coop9200
Started on: 07-22-2006 10:36 PM
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Report this Post07-22-2006 10:36 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Coop9200Click Here to visit Coop9200's HomePageClick Here to Email Coop9200Send a Private Message to Coop9200Direct Link to This Post
In my spare time, i like to teach myself 3d animation. I use Maya 7 Unlimited, which is a very powerful program, but i am cerainly getting the hang of it. Check out the latest renders from a project i'm working on...







and for fun



feedback is always welcomed

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Report this Post07-22-2006 11:52 PM Click Here to See the Profile for twofatguysClick Here to Email twofatguysSend a Private Message to twofatguysDirect Link to This Post
Looks sweet, something I could never do for sure.

Ever tried a car??

Just pulling one out of the air here, how about a Fiero?? (just a randon car name pulled from thousands of possibilities, really )


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Report this Post07-23-2006 01:04 AM Click Here to See the Profile for FieroRumorClick Here to visit FieroRumor's HomePageClick Here to Email FieroRumorSend a Private Message to FieroRumorDirect Link to This Post
Looks nice!

What type of project is it?


Would ya mind if your ship hung out in AugWorld?



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Report this Post07-23-2006 01:27 AM Click Here to See the Profile for VonovClick Here to Email VonovSend a Private Message to VonovDirect Link to This Post
Hey Coop, what does a program like that cost? I've always wondered.
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Originally posted by Vonov:

Hey Coop, what does a program like that cost? I've always wondered.


Some are very expensive, some are free and not too bad. Try Blender for free. There are others.

Industry standard is 3D Studio Max, Maya Unlimited, and Lightwave. I prefer 3D Studio Max, since it has an intuitive interface, the modifier stack, and Max Scripts. Maya's "hot box" is pretty nice too, as is it's Split Polygon Tool - which is better than Max's. I don't have Blender's URL, but a google search should find it for those less lazy than myself.

Oh yeah, and nice render. (Maybe slightly less on the bump mapping though.)

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Maya is a great program, probably the best of the bunch. IIRC, it was used in the latest Star Wars movie extensively(in addition to their proprietary software).

Wait until you get into the animation side of maya... amazing program.
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Report this Post07-23-2006 10:04 PM Click Here to See the Profile for VonovClick Here to Email VonovSend a Private Message to VonovDirect Link to This Post
I LOVE 3D artwork, especially aircraft...someday maybe someone will come up with some sort of extrapolation subroutine for gaming and video (CGI) that lets true circles, rings, etc, be drawn without taxing the processor very much so that things like engine cowlings and propeller spinners don't look all blocky when you zoom in on 'em. I don't know enough about it to know what's involved. I do know they're getting close, though...the P-51 Mustangs shown in the aerial battle scene in 3DMark 2000 (I think that's the name of the benchmark test I'm thinking of) are very well modelled in that regard. The drop tanks, the prop spinners, and the canopies are beautifully done.
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Report this Post07-23-2006 11:08 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Coop9200Click Here to visit Coop9200's HomePageClick Here to Email Coop9200Send a Private Message to Coop9200Direct Link to This Post
 
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Originally posted by Spektrum-87GT:

Maya is a great program, probably the best of the bunch. IIRC, it was used in the latest Star Wars movie extensively(in addition to their proprietary software).

Wait until you get into the animation side of maya... amazing program.



yea i've done some animations, just doing another project now...i'll get some more renders when i finish this one.

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Report this Post07-23-2006 11:15 PM Click Here to See the Profile for tutnkmnClick Here to Email tutnkmnSend a Private Message to tutnkmnDirect Link to This Post
 
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Coop9200: Nice little ship, well made - good job! FieroRumor: Now, is that a cat door in that TARDIS?

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Report this Post07-24-2006 12:37 AM Click Here to See the Profile for FieroRumorClick Here to visit FieroRumor's HomePageClick Here to Email FieroRumorSend a Private Message to FieroRumorDirect Link to This Post
Heh, I kinda messed up the scale on that. Yeah, It DOES kinda seem like it's a cat door.


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Report this Post07-24-2006 10:59 PM Click Here to See the Profile for tutnkmnClick Here to Email tutnkmnSend a Private Message to tutnkmnDirect Link to This Post
Transdimensional cat door, get a patent quick
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