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3 Dimensional Chat / TGC Comp: 14 Sci-Fi Spaceship [7/7 - 7/11] Final Entry Thread [Results are in!]

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MikeS
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Posted: 13th Jun 2008 22:38
Submit your final entry here by July 6th.

Please try to keep this thread clean so that the first posts are only screen shots of the entrants model(makes it easier when voting comes around).

Any forum user may vote exactly once by saying "I vote for____'s" entry. You cannot vote for yourself.

Good luck



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Posted: 27th Jun 2008 18:53 Edited at: 27th Jun 2008 19:01
Wire Shot..

Simple..


Textured



hi this is my entry..
Modeled and textured in Anim8or
Texture made in Xara
590 Kbt.
Low Poligon Model.
Formats: X,3DS,Obj,Md2,Mdl
Animated: yes
Stand Frames: 0-45
Fly :46-70
Drop Modules: 71-100
Break:101-110
Land:111-130
Destroy: 131-200

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2,064 tri's
1132 vertices

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Seppuku Arts
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Posted: 29th Jun 2008 13:06
Unfortunately I can't put much more time into this, so I'm going to leave my entry unfinished - personally I don't like it, but it gives me some practice now that I'm getting back into 3D modelling.






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Outside? I didn't show that because I'm ashamed of it. Unfortunately I haven't got the time to fix my entry. I think next time I try something like this I'll keep it segmented - so it because easier to UVMap and it'll be easier to work with - as it got quite fiddly after a while.

Anyway...if you insist here's one crappy looking exterior.


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Posted: 6th Jul 2008 02:23 Edited at: 6th Jul 2008 15:08
Ok, here it goes:









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Here's mine !!!



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I didn't have time to finish the whole texture, but most of the topside is done:



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Posted: 6th Jul 2008 17:32 Edited at: 6th Jul 2008 19:56
i hate you lol
my god is there a point in entering mine?

uploading....



since i created a multi tex model my render wouldent work so i took the texture off parts while i rendered certain areas, great-_-

here, a few screenshots of the whole texed model, i hate that i have to do it this way but who cares lol



below is a 3d spin animation of the texed model

good luck everyone

ill buy the winner a pint if there ever in liverpool


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Cyborg ART
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Posted: 7th Jul 2008 11:29
All entries are good, but I vote for:

Neodelito

Great work!

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Posted: 7th Jul 2008 13:47 Edited at: 7th Jul 2008 13:47
I'm kinda twisting against Neodelito on this one but I have to vote for

dark coder

I just love the way he designed it

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I vote for dark coder.

Nice clean shape to the model. Also the texture work is done very well.
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i vote sepp

he took it to a whole new level and created an original piece

noone would have even battered an eyelid if they had to make interiors lol

cheers


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Posted: 7th Jul 2008 16:32
I vote Neodelito.

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Posted: 7th Jul 2008 17:19
I vote Jasiek

Quote: "my god is there a point in entering mine?"


Yes, overally model quality isn't necessarily what get the votes, but concept, effort, improvement etc. also come in to play, so don't worry about it (even if you don't win, at least you modelled and textured your project, finishing something has its value (as does the process))

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Posted: 7th Jul 2008 18:15
I vote Neodelito

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Posted: 7th Jul 2008 19:58
I vote Jasiek, love the design ^^.

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Posted: 7th Jul 2008 20:17
I vote dark coder..
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Posted: 7th Jul 2008 21:12
I vote Dark Coder.
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Posted: 7th Jul 2008 21:50
What can I say, mine might as well be a brick.

I'm torn between Jasiek and Dark Coder.........

I guess I'll go with Jasiek. It screams Capital Ship!!

@Dark Coder, let me know if you're willing to sell a license for that ship.

@Neodelito, Love the design. At first glance the design and paint job made me think of the Reavers from Firefly/Serenity. I can almost see some influence in the design from some of the ships on Babylon 5 too. Nice work.

@All, all the ships are very cool. It makes me realize that I have no modeling skills at the moment. Which is ok, I'm a programmer. I like dabbling with modeling but I have a long way to go to get anywhere near this level.

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Posted: 7th Jul 2008 21:59 Edited at: 7th Jul 2008 21:59
I vote for Neodelito! Great ship.
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Posted: 7th Jul 2008 23:17
All of you made such amazing designs.... It is so hard to choose

At first I was going to vote for dark coder, because his model was amazing (same with everyone else) I was also thinking about voting for Neodelito because he had amazing textures and an amazing model, but it just seemes more like a smaller ship....But then when I saw lazerus's model, I really liked the buildings because it really showed how big it was.

I am going to have to vote

lazarus

Great Job everyone!!


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Posted: 7th Jul 2008 23:44
I vote for lazerus. Its actually pretty unigue put city onto a ship. I can imagine living on a city like that in future lol.

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Posted: 8th Jul 2008 01:02
I vote Jasiek. I would of voted Dark Coder but it reminds me too much of that ship from that sci-fi film Lost in Space.


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My vote has to go to Dark Coder

My vote almost went to sepp for the same reason lazerus said, but I would have liked to see a bit more


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I vote Jasiek because I look at that and I want to like fly it.

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I vote for Jasiek, I really like the top-side of his ship, it's quite fitting with most of my designs .

Quote: "I would of voted Dark Coder but it reminds me too much of that ship from that sci-fi film Lost in Space."


It does? I've actually modelled that ship too a while ago(wasn't it for a modelling compo here?), I don't think they look remotely close.

http://img144.imageshack.us/img144/6287/ren10pj2.jpg

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Yay, ppl voting for me, so if by any chance I win this... ( ) I'll be out on vacation till the 13th . Sooo I may be late with the approproate PM's in any case (NOT quitting or anything like that).

Dark Coder, that thing in the link is sick!
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I vote Dark Coder


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I vote for dark coder.


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I vote for JASIEK

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I vote for Jasiek

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Quote: "It does? I've actually modelled that ship too a while ago(wasn't it for a modelling compo here?), I don't think they look remotely close.
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Well I just got it back in mind after seeing your ship. Maybe the overall layout(shape) is kinda close.


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I vote for DarkCoder. Excellent entries from everybody though!

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Voting is officially over. I will tally the votes and contact the winner in the next 24 hours.



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Well, gentlemen unless I miscounted, we have a tie! This is the first time this has ever happened in a 3D competition. It's up to Jasiek and Dark Coder to agree upon a competition, otherwise I will pick one after three or four days. Simply fantastic, great job to everyone who made this competition a blast!

Jasiek 8
Dark Coder 8

Neodelito 4
Lazerus 2
Sepp 1



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Posted: 13th Jul 2008 19:37
I expected this to happen The two best entries won! Although the others were cool too of curse.
Great job Dark coder and Jasiek.


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Quote: "Sepp 1"


Hehe, I got 1 vote!

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Well Sepp deserved more votes, he had the most innovative idea.


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God job both of you!

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A draw eh, well I was going to suggest a teapot contest if I won, because teapots are the coolest Direct3D mesh. Or maybe a primitive compo, where you must make the best model you can using only primitives(spheres,rectangles,cones/pyramids,cylinders,tubes,tori etc), no use of boolean/CSG, extrusion, moving of verts(but scale,position,rotation is fine) or any other modifiers that would otherwise change the mesh to not become a primitive. But I don't mind whatever gets chosen, I mainly entered so I had an excuse to make the ship.

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Quote: "Well Sepp deserved more votes, he had the most innovative idea."


Cheers, but it was one that lacked the right execution or dedication, everybody else worked harder on their models and got out great results.

Congrats to the drawing winners.

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Posted: 13th Jul 2008 22:51 Edited at: 13th Jul 2008 22:52
my offer still stands if any of use wander into liverpool
(england not ausy one)
ill gladly buy the first round

cheers'
_Cb-

note dark C. the primitive idea would be great but you would have to go through everything with a fine toothed comb to check for any 'WISHAPs'

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Omg, an ex-equo. Awesome

I was thinking of a architecture contest, with either a building or a street or some sort of a setting like that. Could be either modern, or an art-nouveau setting, preferably with a game-like polycount.
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or organics?/monsters/t-rex?/dinosaurs/

the list goes on forever lol

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Really, very impressive, everyone. Congratulations to the winner(s)!

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Congratz

Hey, If the next compo was modelling a Demon... I'd love to practive my modeling, uv mapping, and using some zbrush in there

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Quote: "Hey, If the next compo was modelling a Demon... I'd love to practive my modeling, uv mapping, and using some zbrush in there
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I like that idea, mostly because I could actually have a chance if I would enter but hey! DeMonZ arZ fuNzZ


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A thumbs up for a demon here and don't worry I won't cheat and use any of the demon models I've already made...come to think of it I already have an image in mind...plus it gives me time to practice UVMapping and Texturing (despite the only decent UVMapper I have crashes with Vista, but lithunwrap will do instead)

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