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todaytoday0 Posts: 37Member
edited March 2014 in Work in Progress #1
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LightWave11.6 / Postwork via DP nodes
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  • todaytoday0 Posts: 37Member
    Watch in > 720p if you want it to look not-horrible.
  • SaquistSaquist0 Posts: 0Member
    Impressive, today.
    You show good taste for the early days of WHO.
    I like it and the videography was well done too.
  • LonewriterLonewriter228 Posts: 1,031Member
    today wrote: »
    Watch in > 720p if you want it to look not-horrible.

    Eleventh Doctor: Look... the round things!
    Tenth Doctor: Love the round things.
    Eleventh Doctor: What are the round things?
    Tenth Doctor: No idea.


    Video is currently unavailable. Nice still render though.
  • BlobVanDamBlobVanDam0 Posts: 0Member
    Excellent model and lighting, although the GI on your animation is a little flickery. :D

    Are you going to take it any further and make some other Who related models? I'd like to see that! :cool:
  • AresiusAresius338 Posts: 4,125Member
    ah yeah.. nostalgia....
    Nicely done!
  • TallguyTallguy182 Posts: 393Member
    Lonewriter wrote: »
    Eleventh Doctor: Look... the round things!
    Tenth Doctor: Love the round things.
    Eleventh Doctor: What are the round things?
    Tenth Doctor: No idea.

    My very first thought!
    Bill "Tallguy" Thomas All I ask is a tall ship...
    Various Work: U.S.S. Constellation - Matt Jefferies Concept Shuttle
  • todaytoday0 Posts: 37Member
    Thanks guys.

    @BlobVanDam - yep, the GI was set pretty low quality-wise, for a WIP made sense to keep render times down.

    And I am planning on doing a few more Tardis interiors, including a retro 1970's looking variant of the 11th doctor's library, complete with the 'round things'. Even if we don't quite know what they are:p

    edit:

    A few sketches I made to show possible layouts of the retro tardis library. And yes, I may have borrowed some details from the cloister room:D
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  • BlobVanDamBlobVanDam0 Posts: 0Member
    today wrote: »
    Thanks guys.

    @BlobVanDam - yep, the GI was set pretty low quality-wise, for a WIP made sense to keep render times down.

    Wasn't sure if it was final or not, but for a WIP it's just fine! :thumb: I know all about the joys of animation render times.

    We really don't get to see all that much of the Doctor's TARDIS interior aside from the control room, so I can't wait to see some your take. The library is only seen in Journey to the Center of the TARDIS, I think? I recognize the basic look, and I think it's a good challenge. I'm thinking of taking on the original TARDIS control room myself at some point.
  • homerpalooza67homerpalooza67226 Posts: 1,891Member
    BlobVanDam wrote: »
    Wasn't sure if it was final or not, but for a WIP it's just fine! :thumb: I know all about the joys of animation render times.

    We really don't get to see all that much of the Doctor's TARDIS interior aside from the control room, so I can't wait to see some your take. The library is only seen in Journey to the Center of the TARDIS, I think? I recognize the basic look, and I think it's a good challenge. I'm thinking of taking on the original TARDIS control room myself at some point.
    was a cool set, but i didnt much care for that episode.
    Nicely done, today! Who knows what tomorrow might bring? ("Who's on first?" "The DOCTOR!!!")
  • wibblewibble171 Posts: 0Member
    today wrote: »
    A few sketches I made to show possible layouts of the retro tardis library. And yes, I may have borrowed some details from the cloister room:D

    At the moment it is looking like a wine cellar. Somthing that shouldn't be missing on a TARDIS of course.
  • todaytoday0 Posts: 37Member
    I almost forgot about this one...

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    And yes, I do need to randomize the instanced bookshelves a little.:p
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  • todaytoday0 Posts: 37Member
    Ok. Slightly less *meh* lighting this time.:thumb:

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  • bbeltbbelt0 Posts: 0Member
    This is really look good. I have not seen the episode that shows the "modern" library so I have nothing to base your model on. Are the circular designs on the walls actual time lord designs you pulled from reference, or just something whimsical? Also is that a Silence in the library?
  • BlueNeumannBlueNeumann286 Posts: 1,041Member
    Dang that's gorgeous!
  • Vortex5972Vortex597267 Posts: 997Member
    :o WOW!!
  • todaytoday0 Posts: 37Member
    Thanks everyone!

    @ bbelt - the circles are in fact based on time lord writing. If google images is to be believed it actually spells out the doctor's name. ;)

    And yes, there is a silence in the library, not sure how he wound up th -- wait, what were we talking about:lol:
  • todaytoday0 Posts: 37Member
    And, for those paying very close attention there's also two timelords and a tin dog. It's like the Dr.Who version of "Where's waldo" :D
  • homerpalooza67homerpalooza67226 Posts: 1,891Member
    today wrote: »
    And, for those paying very close attention there's also two timelords and a tin dog. It's like the Dr.Who version of "Where's waldo" :D
    you should drop a real Waldo in there, just to spice things up
  • ElowanElowan0 Posts: 0Member
    Absent 'Waldo' or not - a beautiful piece of work.
  • todaytoday0 Posts: 37Member
    thanks!
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