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    Does anyone know where I can get a good 3d model of the ships of subspace/continuum? Preferably not textured, as the detail needs to be in the surfaces of the models.

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    hmm The only way you would get that is if you go to the downloads website... I think. I've looked for those a while ago they are hard to come accross.. Try looking for wallpapers that may be ur best shot.


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    • #3
      Commodore Relish aka Don <ER> made some 3D models, i don't know if he still plays.
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      • #4
        U mean the ship pictures that are found on the banners here?

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        • #5
          Nope, I mean a real 3d model =)
          I have access to a machine that makes 3d models out of plastic, a set of subspace ships sitting across my monitor would be totally awesome in my opinion - which is why model detail is important and textures arent.

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          • #6
            Here, the subspacedownloads contain gifs that show the ships spinning around. Thats the most 3D in the ships I ever seen. :P
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            • #7
              Originally posted by DaiShiva
              Nope, I mean a real 3d model =)
              I have access to a machine that makes 3d models out of plastic, a set of subspace ships sitting across my monitor would be totally awesome in my opinion - which is why model detail is important and textures arent.
              omg sell them
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Jerome Scuggs
                omg sell them
                I cant! =) I dont have models to make them from, and my modeling skills are terrible.

                If anyone wants to make me models, you can be sure I would make em a set no problem.

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                • #9
                  What is the min/max size of output that machine has and what type of plastic? I'd be all over a traditional 1:64 scale paint and glue required kit of a terrier
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Benno
                    What is the min/max size of output that machine has and what type of plastic? I'd be all over a traditional 1:64 scale paint and glue required kit of a terrier
                    We scale models all the time. It would not be unreasonable to make these things about 3-4 inches in length.

                    The models would be made out of a nylon based powder - sintered together in layers

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                    • #11
                      What type of model? .3ds? maya? lightwave?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Aggravate
                        What type of model? .3ds? maya? lightwave?
                        We have an program that converts between (most) 3d formats. The program *says* it will convert .3ds, maya and lightwave objects to the format we desire. If you can output to a .stl file, we read those 99% of the time. I seem to remember having problems with some of the different versions of 3ds and the format they output, and other versions will work no problem.

                        If you cant output to a .stl file (which is just a list of facets and normals), send a sample model to 'ratzlaff AT daishiva.com' and I'll let you know if we can read it.

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                        • #13
                          I found this among my zips but I don't have any software installed atm to check if it works or what it looks like:

                          http://koti.mbnet.fi/~jeansi/others/...ird - Maja.zip

                          If that works (and is good looking) I can see if I find another one in my archives somewhere
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Jeansi
                            I found this among my zips but I don't have any software installed atm to check if it works or what it looks like:

                            http://koti.mbnet.fi/~jeansi/others/...ird - Maja.zip

                            If that works (and is good looking) I can see if I find another one in my archives somewhere
                            I did some fiddling with the models in the zip, you have a maya and a (i think) lightwave object in there. Here is what they look like. They will look a lot like this when created =)




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                            • #15
                              Talk to Bero, he has some fucking amazing ones.

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