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3 Dimensional Chat / JetPack model for Retro comp... finished !!

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Posted: 6th Feb 2003 19:21
Here's the first character for our JetPac re-make for the Retro competition.

I have a few more to make yet.... but there's plenty of time. I'll be sending it off to Van-B tonight, then he's little fingers will get cracking away on the code !!

Anyways.. here he is







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Posted: 6th Feb 2003 19:28
Seriously cool looking model!

Cheers,

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Posted: 6th Feb 2003 19:41
I like this! A big, round belly and an American flag - how fitting...

Very good model and skin! This competition should produce some interesting games.

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Posted: 6th Feb 2003 19:58
Thanks for sorting out my attachment problem Rich ! appreciate it.

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Posted: 6th Feb 2003 20:01
No worries, just allowed ~ in URLs that's all

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Posted: 6th Feb 2003 21:10
Nice work I loved it . Which program are u using to make it

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Posted: 6th Feb 2003 21:20
Thanks !!

I use Milkshape for all my low poly models.

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Posted: 7th Feb 2003 03:29
sexy! good job with the texturing? Whats the poly count?
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Posted: 7th Feb 2003 04:09
Cool! Yea, what polycount? How are you making that scene?

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Posted: 7th Feb 2003 11:50
The polycount isn't really important, cos with this game it's not going to be that poly intencive on screen. So I could double the polycount and get a smoother model.

But this character is 2400... and Rendered using Max

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Posted: 10th Feb 2003 21:25
here's the first Rocket ship finished.

It has an inside compartment as well, which will be fully kitted out.



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Posted: 10th Feb 2003 21:42
Looks just that sweet Simple I wish I could use MilkShape that way though . Maybe u can give me some tips about level making with it

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Posted: 10th Feb 2003 22:50
NIFTY... o_O i like that ship...

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Posted: 11th Feb 2003 00:22
Cooooooool I think you have a decent shot at winning Well, from what I have (and havent) seen

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How are people finishing so early... febuary... march... APRIL... we still have 2 months...

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Posted: 11th Feb 2003 01:37
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Cooooooool I think you have a decent shot at winning Well, from what I have (and havent) seen

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Thanks ! But I don't think it's just about the graphics... so ya all in with a chance of winning.

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Posted: 11th Feb 2003 22:25
Well, from what I have (and havent) seen

By this I mean, your the only one Ive seen with something done

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Posted: 16th Feb 2003 23:16
Here's a wormy thingy-ma-jig !! Just one of the enemies in the game.

The only way to kill this one is to fry him with your thrusters



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Posted: 16th Feb 2003 23:54
It looks cool, especially the cartoony looks. Also, I must compliment on the textures, they're sweet!

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Posted: 17th Feb 2003 04:46
that's very good.

Retail quality! I am looking forward to see this as a winner.

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Posted: 17th Feb 2003 11:43
Thanks !

The belly of the worm is a UVmapping error ( texture stretching ) ..... but I used it to my advantage.

I'll stick some more enemies on here later.

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Posted: 17th Feb 2003 17:33
Hey thats good! Lol Id never notice the 'belly error' ! It looks like it was textured! o_O How convient! (uh oh, puff got me doing the o_O thing! AHHH!)

NICE!

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Posted: 17th Feb 2003 21:28
theres actually a few more errors in it, not so obvious.
thou its probably not gonna be large enough or slow enough for you to notice them so no point in pointing them out really.

some interesting graphics turning up as of late

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Posted: 17th Feb 2003 22:08
This competition is only getting more and more fun by the minute. How long have you been modelling, Simple?

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Posted: 17th Feb 2003 22:10
Actually there's NOT ... but if you think there are ( and are not just saying that to try and wind me up ) then by all means point them out veggie ?

The belly area is the only UV error.... and before you say the mesh, there isn't any errors in that either.

Maybe I'll pop over to your farm yardy thing and point out all the errors in your models.. whach ya think ??

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Posted: 17th Feb 2003 22:54
your game looks good but it doesent look like a game you
would find today its more of a game you would get back in 1995. you have a good talint and i think if you made a game, one of today, it would be very good.
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Posted: 17th Feb 2003 22:55
and the modles look pro! must have took you a while to make them
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Posted: 17th Feb 2003 23:01
The game is a re-make of JETPAC, made 20yrs ago.

This game is for the RETRO competition, which is to re-make an old game and bring it upto date.

JetPac2003

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