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Asteroid Habitat
Greetings! Here are a few frames from my most recent short-video project, continuing on the theme of space habitats.

Here's the video.

All modelling and rendering done in IFW 2.19 (... and that's another story!) with just a smidgen of post production FX.

Thought you folks might be interested

...oh and a quick thanks to Lahl, who's Earth model provided some much needed insight into how to build a nice looking planet






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Filename:Asteroid_1.jpg
Album name:Asteroid
Submitted by:fragomatik  
Keywords:Space Habitat Colony Asteroid Earth Larry Niven Heinlein
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webmaster
Posted: 2010/9/7 13:20  Updated: 2010/9/7 13:20
Webmaster
Joined: 2004/4/3
From: Stockholm, Sweden.
Posts: 2449
 Re: Asteroid Habitat
Interesting subject and nice looking video.
Flow is nice and the "one shot" idea is cool.

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Lahl
Posted: 2010/9/8 3:31  Updated: 2010/9/8 3:31
Home away from home
Joined: 2004/5/20
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Posts: 610
 Re: Asteroid Habitat
glad to have helped with the planet construction.

The animation looks good, lots of detail. My only issue would be the lens is a little too wide, a smaller angled lens would help with making it look more realistic, although I understand wanting to see so much of the environment in each frame.

It also seemed to move a little slow in some areas, and a little fast in other areas. Perhaps if you lower the lens angle, speed up the slow parts, it will leave a little more time to 'look around' with the smaller lens.

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fragomatik
Posted: 2010/9/8 8:33  Updated: 2010/9/8 8:33
Just can't stay away
Joined: 2007/9/2
From: Oz
Posts: 76
 Re: Asteroid Habitat
Yep, I see what you mean...thanks for the tip.
In trying to get that "cinematic" feel I was a bit heavy-handed with the wide-angle lens. Come to think of it, a narrower lens would probably reduce rendering time too, right? Hey that sounds like a win-win!


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