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Old August 17th, 2005, 12:38 PM
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Discuss posted Traveller Art here:
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Old August 18th, 2005, 01:33 PM
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Very nice images. What softwear are people using to generate them?
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I use Blender (www.blender3d.org) for modelling and rendering, and I also export them as a Wavefront *.obj, import to Anim8or, then export from Anim8or as *.3ds, then import to Celestia, for which I've mapped the Spinward Marches...(stars only for the most part at this point) [img]smile.gif[/img]

Looks like Tom is using Terragen, if I'm not mistaken? That's a package that's come a LONG way since I first used it in 1998... [img]smile.gif[/img]
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Well I have Blender which I havn't yet used. Plus Bryce 5 and Vue 3 which can take .obj files. Looks like I should have a go.
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I've been using Terragen for my lanscape scenes. I also use PSP for before and after altering.

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Any requests? Any scenes, ships, etc that people would like to see?
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The Kinunir, derelict in the Shionthy belt.
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The Kinunir, derelict in the Shionthy belt.
Hmm...don't think anyone's done the Kinunir before. How inaccurate are the deckplans in Adv1?
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69m long by 58m wide for the main deck, five decks high - the proportions look about right.

The decks are roughly:

A - 95t
B - 172t
C - 296t
D - 215t
E - 113t
The last two have a lot of fuel tankage around them and are actually much larger, and I may have lost count somewhere, so take the numbers with a pinch of salt
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