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Old 04-27-2011, 09:37 AM
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That looks like it's coming along nicely. Although, like others I don't remember the command centre being so cavernous!

Did a bit of Star Wars creep in there for the scale!
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Old 04-27-2011, 12:01 PM
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LOL! Thanks, Kevin.
Well, as for Star Wars influencing the size of the bridge, not really. That bridge size was rather accidental....and it was one of those "happy accidents" that turned out really well.

When I built the bridge in Blender, I used an imported avatar from iCloen to try and get the scaling right. But, the bridge did end up larger than planned, because I was trying to account for making sure the characters had room to move around without bumping into each other too much. Thus, the scale we have now.

There was a hint of influence of The Empire Strikes Back in the lights on the steps (something I am going to change....dimming the step lighting, and making them blue instead of yellow/orange.)
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