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Fell Skyhawk's NSC Protector Midi (Rendered)
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About this creation
See Fell's glorious build here.

I'll admit that while I was rendering these images, I was humming space themes because it looks like it just came out of a sci-fi movie. :P





Thank you to Fell Skyhawk for giving me permission to render this. Please check out some of Fell's other awesome creations!

Live long and prosper;
Live and let -Guy



Comments

 I like it 
  August 17, 2018
Okay, I found the lights in Blender, they call them differently, if I'm reading the description it's a point lamp for ambient and sun lamp for directional.
 I made it 
  August 14, 2018
Quoting Fell Skyhawk Pretty with all the lights. Great job! It looks like it's in the Void that Voyager in Star Trek gets stuck in where there's no stars. One of my favorite episodes. As I was reading your description though I saw an image in my head and I still haven't learned enough Blender controls (I keep having the screen split at random so I don't get far when I try) to do this, so I was wondering if you could render one more image of this ship. I know how to do it in Maya if I had access to it, so I'll describe it how it'd be done there and maybe you could make it with Blender. So take free-use a nebula picture, doesn't matter the nebula, and where the bright parts are from where it would line up from the angle you're taking the picture place ambient light of that color very low behind the ship. From the camera's side, but not right behind the camera, put a directional light from a nearby star, though twice as bright as the nebula ambients still pretty dim. I'd say about 15% on nebula lighting and 30% on directional star. Though this would have to be played with, basically to tie it in with the Nebula behind it and to add some dynamic lighting as a contrast. Then using photoshop or even paint you can place the ship over the nebula (assuming blender can make a transparent background, with I think I've done and is the one thing I can do with Blender is render the already existing scene, placing and modifying objects gives me trouble.)
Thanks! Ok, I THINK I kind of understand you. Sadly, when I learned blender, I didn't learn all the fancy words for things, so translation might help me. And if you could, you don't have to, draw a rough sketch of your idea, preferably in color? These things would help a lot. :P
 I like it 
  August 13, 2018
Excellent render!
 I like it 
  August 13, 2018
Pretty with all the lights. Great job! It looks like it's in the Void that Voyager in Star Trek gets stuck in where there's no stars. One of my favorite episodes. As I was reading your description though I saw an image in my head and I still haven't learned enough Blender controls (I keep having the screen split at random so I don't get far when I try) to do this, so I was wondering if you could render one more image of this ship. I know how to do it in Maya if I had access to it, so I'll describe it how it'd be done there and maybe you could make it with Blender. So take free-use a nebula picture, doesn't matter the nebula, and where the bright parts are from where it would line up from the angle you're taking the picture place ambient light of that color very low behind the ship. From the camera's side, but not right behind the camera, put a directional light from a nearby star, though twice as bright as the nebula ambients still pretty dim. I'd say about 15% on nebula lighting and 30% on directional star. Though this would have to be played with, basically to tie it in with the Nebula behind it and to add some dynamic lighting as a contrast. Then using photoshop or even paint you can place the ship over the nebula (assuming blender can make a transparent background, with I think I've done and is the one thing I can do with Blender is render the already existing scene, placing and modifying objects gives me trouble.)
 
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