Enterprise in Drydock with spotlights

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Enterprise in Drydock with spotlights

Post #1by Reiko » 20.01.2012, 08:43

I have been learning the ways of texture baking in 3ds Max and so I'm making an Enterprise in drydock with textures that make it appear that spotlights are shining on the hull.

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All of those screenshots are from Celestia with the ship on the night side of the planet.
Still a lot of work to be done but I'm getting close. :blue:

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Re: Enterprise in Drydock with spotlights

Post #2by Reiko » 21.01.2012, 19:20

J.T.K. wrote:Reiko, why deflector is not blue (or dark blue without light) ?

The second closest picture is beautiful.

Because in drydock the deflector is turned off and is yellowish when they first turn it on. All I did was shine a spotlight on it which I was thinking about moving.

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Re: Enterprise in Drydock with spotlights

Post #3by Reiko » 13.04.2012, 13:38

I almost have a beta version of this ready.... beta is what you call test version?
If anybody would like to look at it in Celestia and give me feedback I would be happy to email it to you. :blue:

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Re: Enterprise in Drydock with spotlights

Post #4by fungun » 13.04.2012, 20:35

I'll take a shot at it.

Thanks,
Tim

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Re: Enterprise in Drydock with spotlights

Post #5by Reiko » 13.04.2012, 21:21

fungun wrote:I'll take a shot at it.

Thanks,
Tim
Thanks! Email sent :)

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Re: Enterprise in Drydock with spotlights

Post #6by Goofy » 13.04.2012, 22:31

Reiko wrote:
fungun wrote:I'll take a shot at it.
Thanks, Tim
Thanks! Email sent :)
Me too, Reiko, please, it looks gorgeous.
I'm PMing my email to you.
Thanks a lot.
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Re: Enterprise in Drydock with spotlights

Post #7by fsgregs » 07.05.2012, 21:26

Reiko:

I would love to get it. Please email me at fsgregs@comcast.net

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Re: Enterprise in Drydock with spotlights

Post #8by Reiko » 09.05.2012, 00:15

Ok sent to all who wanted it. :blue:

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Re: Enterprise in Drydock with spotlights

Post #9by Reiko » 25.06.2012, 05:51

pla879 wrote:I really like what I saw......I am one who loves realistic displays and the detail I saw is nice....I want your add-on...
It still is not finished but if you PM me your email I will send it to you. :)

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Re: Enterprise in Drydock with spotlights

Post #10by Fenerit » 27.07.2012, 01:33

For ambient occlusion maps SMAK is now free. Read carefully the manual. For Celestia's ambient occlusion concerns, once the 3D model is loaded within the program, one should toggle the scene light in the direction from where the Sol's light is supposed to be thrown.
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