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Tallguy wrote: »
Well, it's definitely hit the "uncanny valley". It's close enough that it looks further away than it is, if that makes sense.
Kind of, but I'm tired, so if you can elaborate a bit? lol
So, the first part of the jump is pretty much done in my eyes, maybe a few more tweaks... starting to work on the post-jump shot, then can easily render the merry-go-round shot from the beginning.
I'm also already reworking the model to look clos…
So I've replaced the Excelsior with the Lakota... I doubt the Lakota was in service when the Enterprise A was in service, but suppose this is several decades after the decommission of the Enterprise A... Also, the last shot of the combined shot of …
Rekkert wrote: »
Huh, turns out I was wrong, on the original models the nacelles don't even lit when at warp... Still, I'd personally go with lit at warp, it would make sense as that's when plasma is going though the warp coils.
Also, I felt so…
Must be fresh out of the shipyard... I've always found the super polished look several years into service almost like they treat the ships like Air Force One, polish everything!
Great model though. :thumb: