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Kubajzz:
Challenge #6: Space scene

The task is simple: create and render a space scene.

It can be anything you want - a detailed model of our solar system, a sci-fi spaceship fight or Neil Armstrong walking on the moon... Everything is allowed as long as it can be called a "Space scene".

You can use any software you want for minor tasks (such as texturing or post-production), but most of the modeling and the final render must be done in Anim8or.

Your final entry should be one still image. Judging will be based on the best looking Anim8or render, the one who gets the most votes wins.

Post your progress, c&c, and/or final renders in this topic!

Deadline: Monday, July 20th, 2009

Arik_the_Red:
ummmm...

it says "still scene"... why not something animated? see... this sort of scene just begs for someone to use GIMP, or PhotoShop... not anim8or, to produce something.... doesn't it?

3D Joe Wiltshire:
Oooh, I'm gonna try my hardest to join this, does the scene have to be in outer space? or can it be from inside a ship?

How much of the image has to be "Space"?
And what constitutes "Space"?

HOpefully i'll be able to join this, If not, i'll join the next one closest to my summer holls in about 2 1/2 weeks

Kubajzz:

--- Quote from: Arik_the_Red ---ummmm...

it says "still scene"... why not something animated? see... this sort of scene just begs for someone to use GIMP, or PhotoShop... not anim8or, to produce something.... doesn't it?

--- End quote ---

The advantage of this topic is that it's as difficult as you make it.

If you decide to model the Earth and the Moon, than you'll definitely spend most of the time working on the textures in Photoshop/Gimp, because all you need to do in Anim8or is to create the 2 spheres... However, if you decide to create a fully detailed model of the International Space Station, then I believe you'll use Anim8or more than enough! It's just what you make it ;)


--- Quote from: 3D Joe Wiltshire ---does the scene have to be in outer space? or can it be from inside a ship?
How much of the image has to be "Space"?
And what constitutes "Space"?

--- End quote ---

Just do whatever you want! If the scene is inside a ship, it should be obvious that the ship is somewhere in the space (a space ship that is standing on the runway definitely doesn't count for a space scene!).

Ok, now what does it mean "to be somewhere in the space"?

Here is a nice Wikipedia definition:

--- Quote ---Outer space (often simply called space) comprises the relatively empty regions of the universe outside the atmospheres of celestial bodies. Outer space is used to distinguish it from airspace and terrestrial locations.
--- End quote ---

That's it. Just try to focus on those "relatively empty regions of the universe" ;)

3Dgeek11:
I'm doing my best effort for this one! Finally someone started a challenge that I have time for! :P
I'll try to post some WIPs if my stupid CD drive will read again... :|
3Dgeek

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