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Old 06-01-2009, 10:40 AM
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The refit/concept ship reminds me of a duck for some really odd reason. (Don't ask...)
"This... means... war!"
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Old 06-01-2009, 10:45 AM
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I don't see why they would need to change it. It's fine the way it is!
The refit/concept ship reminds me of a duck for some really odd reason. (Don't ask...)
I have heard of the ship refered to as a goose or swan because of the neck but never a DUCK!

I call foul.
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Old 06-01-2009, 10:51 AM
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Did any of the Star Wars prequels use models?

ABsolutely NONE.
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Old 06-01-2009, 11:24 AM
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ABsolutely NONE.
Not true. The Star Wars prequels used lots of physical models. They had a really amazing exhibition in London and I went a couple of times. It was a very generous exhibition, everything you could want to see was there. I saw minatures from all six of the Star Wars movies including spaceships, and buildings.
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Old 06-01-2009, 11:38 AM
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They made physical models but it wasn't done on screen it was all CGI.
The physical models were for the designers.
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They made physical models but it wasn't done on screen it was all CGI.
The physical models were for the designers.
Sorry, but that's not right either. There was a lot of CG but also model work. I have a book "Creating the worlds of Star Wars 365 days" and it clearly shows miniatures with bluescreens and talks about how they were used in final shots. I could give you the page numbers and quotes but I assume you'll take my word for it?
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I have heard of the ship refered to as a goose or swan because of the neck but never a DUCK!

I call foul.
It's enough to make you Quackers....lol...
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Ma'am*.
I don't see why they would need to change it. It's fine the way it is!
The refit/concept ship reminds me of a duck for some really odd reason. (Don't ask...)
I see it too!

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"This... means... war!"
Then war be it!

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I have heard of the ship refered to as a goose or swan because of the neck but never a DUCK!

I call foul.
I call fowl.

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Sorry, but that's not right either. There was a lot of CG but also model work. I have a book "Creating the worlds of Star Wars 365 days" and it clearly shows miniatures with bluescreens and talks about how they were used in final shots. I could give you the page numbers and quotes but I assume you'll take my word for it?
I can see that for the first prequel, possibly (but not so much) the second; but not the third!!
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Old 06-01-2009, 12:40 PM
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foul - as in an interuption in the game due to an illeagal or prohibited act. Used in this context to also mean FOWL as in avain creature which the Enterprise is cleary not. However, the spelling and use I used in my previous post stands. FOUL - 15 yard penalty on the Defense made to watch ST5 until the meaning of Vorta Vor is understood, 1st down.
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Ahahaha.
U.S.S Mallard anyone?
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