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Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Revell-Fan, Jul 8, 2016.
Thank you for your efforts, the enhanced textures are really great!
The parts for Regula 1 are coming along nicely. I have taken some screenshots depicting how I altered the texture of the kit to match the new parts for Regula. It [/QUOTE]
This is really exciting and anticipated!
How's the progress on the Regula?
I've been taking Miralax.
Another diorama with Shuchino's 1701-a and the reliant in orbit around them! Old lazy susan plates are in demand for building and for ships orbiting stations lol!
DAMN! I knew there was something..!
I'm taking a little vacation in the Buck Rogers realm but I'll get to the Regula asap.
Nice Star Trek model. Loved the shot of the 300 dpi texture. As a retired graphic designer I try to create all of my original work at 300 dpi just in case I need to use it for a larger print project. The sign shop where I help out prints to the 52 inch poster printer using 125 dpi. At 300 dpi you could enlarge this model easily for the poster printer and a giant size model in scale with other Star Fleet models.
I'm a future graphic designer and do the same.
Right now we have a problem with the Resource section, but when it is back up and running, certain large files can only be uploaded by me. The other option is to break up the file into pats. This has it's advantages, as some people have to watch their bandwidth or, like me living in the woods, have the worst internet possible, with the connection running on twisted pair wires, the ones they used in the 1940's for phones.
Future? you have arrived my friend!!
You are an AWESOME designer already!!!
The works that you do (and have done) is PHENOMENAL!!!
Please never sell yourself short!!!
Thank you all! I meant that as far as my studies are. I'm in the final stages to conclude them.
Mind to tell us what kind of studies you are doing? (or tell me in PM)
I'm working as a graphic designer too and always interested in exchange of ideas, knowledge, tools, ...
I'm in the finals stages of my graphic design studies. Nothing spectacular but very time-consuming because I do it at home parallel to work. That's also a reason why some of my projects are limping about sometimes.