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3DScifieric's 2019 USS Enterprise

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  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_1801854 Posts: 9,999Member
    Your work is always impressive, Eric. :)
  • scifiericscifieric899 Posts: 1,308Member
    Wow, thank you evil_genius_180! I really appreciate the kind words!
  • scifiericscifieric899 Posts: 1,308Member
    I keep showing you guys the same angles but with minor changes. Sorry about that. Bridge, BC Deck, saucer section (top and bottom) and Engineering hull are all textured. The neck is a material because I'm still not exactly sure what I want to do with it.

    Changes to render settings, gamma and exposure.

    But still, progress.

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    All done in Blender 3D.

    Thank you for looking in!
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  • ashleytingerashleytinger818 Central OhioPosts: 781Member
    What's going on with that 1 on the one side of the lower saucer?
    scifieric
  • scifiericscifieric899 Posts: 1,308Member
    What's going on with that 1 on the one side of the lower saucer?
    Nice pickup! I'll fix that right now!
  • scifiericscifieric899 Posts: 1,308Member
    What's going on with that 1 on the one side of the lower saucer?
    When I joined some pieces into a single mesh (lower saucer) I lost my shrink wrap for the registries! I had tagged them all and put them back ... but that 1 just stood out! Go figure. I've reapplied the shrink wrap, and it seems to be behaving, but I'll have to keep an eye out for that in the future.

    Great job and thank you!

  • scifiericscifieric899 Posts: 1,308Member
    Back where it belongs.
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  • scifiericscifieric899 Posts: 1,308Member
    Someone on another forum said that the model looked like it had been lifted from the original series but without the stars. So, I just couldn't help but have some fun.

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  • ashleytingerashleytinger818 Central OhioPosts: 781Member
    Sorry I meant to add that the model looks fantastic. You've done some really great work on this
    scifieric
  • scifiericscifieric899 Posts: 1,308Member
    Sorry I meant to add that the model looks fantastic. You've done some really great work on this
    Don't apologize! You did me a favor!

    Thank you for your kind words and for looking in!
  • scifiericscifieric899 Posts: 1,308Member
    All right, I'm calling this one done. I may tweak some textures and/or materials at a later date, but I feel that this is fairly representative of the original pilot Enterprise.

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  • Warp Propulsion LaboratoryWarp Propulsion Laboratory816 BrooklynPosts: 257Member
    I just watched "The Cage" last night and you definitely captured that ship. Now to make the animation of the flyover into the bridge :)
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  • scifiericscifieric899 Posts: 1,308Member
    furswift wrote: »
    I just watched "The Cage" last night and you definitely captured that ship. Now to make the animation of the flyover into the bridge :)
    Yep. I've done one before, but with this one, I hope to get it right. Thanks!
  • scifiericscifieric899 Posts: 1,308Member
    There was a shot similar to this in the opening credits of The Cage, but it was shot with the three foot model. This is to see what it might have looked like with the 11 foot model. All done in Blender 3D, of course.

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    Thanks for looking in!
    RekkertLizzy777evil_genius_180ashleytinger
  • TralfazTralfaz312 Posts: 823Member
    The motion blur and film grain takes your model far from looking like a 3D CGI model. Great work!
    scifieric
  • lewisnivenlewisniven1879 UKPosts: 386Member
    Love all the little 'knurling' details, thats what really helps sell it. I alwasy feel like the connie doesnt convey a sense of scale because of the lack of surface detail so getting that stuff in makes all the difference.
    scifieric
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  • scifiericscifieric899 Posts: 1,308Member
    Tralfaz wrote: »
    The motion blur and film grain takes your model far from looking like a 3D CGI model. Great work!
    Thank you, my friend! I appreciate your kind words!
    lewisniven wrote: »
    Love all the little 'knurling' details, thats what really helps sell it. I alwasy feel like the connie doesnt convey a sense of scale because of the lack of surface detail so getting that stuff in makes all the difference.
    Thank you lewisniven! Yeah, I know what you mean!
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