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AnimationStar Trek: The Klingon Weapon Final Product Remastered (Complete)

Chris2005Chris2005469 Posts: 3,042Member
edited August 2019 in Finished Work #1
I had originally did this little off the cuff animation project almost, if not 10 years ago at this point. So I decided, the original was looking dated and I wanted to see what I could do with it now... so here it is, in full HD. :D Some things have been changed, such as certain audio effects so they were replaced (don't shoot me. :p ) Thanks for viewing.



Original release can be seen in the link below:


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  • trekkitrekki464 Posts: 1,011Member
    Nice Animation.
    Nice to see you again.
  • Chris2005Chris2005469 Posts: 3,042Member
    Thanks. :D Yea, I'm still doing animation stuff, not as frequently, it took over a year to finish this. lol
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  • FreakFreak1077 Posts: 4,353Member
    That's a great Amination!
  • ComcoComco299 Posts: 1,272Administrator
    Welcome back. :) Some really nice work there. I especially liked your effect for the torpedo hitting the 'energy field' around the planet early on. Is that a 2d composited element?
  • Chris2005Chris2005469 Posts: 3,042Member
    edited September 2019 #6
    Freak wrote: »
    That's a great Amination!

    Thanks. :D
    Comco wrote: »
    Welcome back. :) Some really nice work there. I especially liked your effect for the torpedo hitting the 'energy field' around the planet early on. Is that a 2d composited element?

    Thanks. :) It's a 2D effect mapped onto a sphere at the same radius as the "rings." :D
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  • Rizzo_the_SpaceratRizzo_the_Spacerat26 Germany, HanoverPosts: 9Member
    Hi,

    that looks quite amazing. I have a question. I have become quite decent in the 3d modeling part. But the textureing part still eludes me completely. I have a (from my point of view) finished 3d model ob an Oberth Class ship and i really like this plating texture on the Star TRek Ships that you used on the Constitution class. How did you generate this pattern?
  • Chris2005Chris2005469 Posts: 3,042Member
    Hi,

    that looks quite amazing. I have a question. I have become quite decent in the 3d modeling part. But the textureing part still eludes me completely. I have a (from my point of view) finished 3d model ob an Oberth Class ship and i really like this plating texture on the Star TRek Ships that you used on the Constitution class. How did you generate this pattern?

    Thanks. :D Unfortunately, I can't answer that, because the textures weren't created by me, but rather the creator of the model.
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