A couple more renderings...
My main source were the pictures of the D from the christies auction - which I think is the 6 footer. I know that Andy Probert originally had conceived the rim windows to be just one level hight - and that they changed it to two stories when they built the Ten Forward set.
Been waiting for the right render to put up on the header. Got it.
Masterful work, Tobias. Really looking forward to a full scene with this girl.
There's a weird edge sharpening effect happening on the first render, round the bloom, in the recess areas, on that first pic. Otherwise these are great Tobias. I think you should have a little less ambient light as it goes a LOT further with Linear rendering than it does otherwise.
Awesome, tobias! That light being cast down from the deck one windows is a great touch.
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I'm loving it.. and as always.. you do GREAT work.. but the renders... just not doing it for me.. to me its to fuzzy.. i know your trying to do something.. but.. still..
Still love it!!
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I love those renders, they're very authentic to the effects shots from the TV series, which I love. Awesome work.
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Seriously, this is fantastic work!
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I just realized Tobias still hasn't answered my question yet :P
From the looks of the pic, it looksl ike it's got the 4 foot saucer rim detail but the 6 foot width which means it's far too narrow for a pair of decks in the saucer rim. Or am is my eyesight just that bad?
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