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Recognizers on Patrol
Just trying to render the old fashion way in Imagine is not easy!

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Album name:Rikerbeard imagines
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Posted: 2012/4/18 4:14  Updated: 2012/4/18 4:14
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 Re: Recognizers on Patrol
Your Space 1999 pics are great, but i have soft spot for TRON. did you ever do the tron tank? it was a big inspiration to me when i did a couple tanks in Imagine, that and the battlezone game from way back then. Nice work, keep 'em coming -Dave

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Posted: 2012/5/6 1:25  Updated: 2012/5/6 1:25
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 Re: Recognizers on Patrol
I did the bikes and I started the solar sailor on Imagine 4.0 on my Amiga 1500, don’t remember if I ever got far on the tank, so long ago. The models are still on my Amiga’s hard drive!

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Posted: 2012/4/18 23:25  Updated: 2012/4/18 23:25
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 Re: Recognizers on Patrol
Did you plot out the position, size and alignment for all objects including the camera by hand on graph paper and input each frame co-ordinates by hand? (since they didn't have the advantage of interpolation back then) If not, then that's not 'the old fashioned way' ;)

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Posted: 2012/5/6 1:18  Updated: 2012/5/6 1:18
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 Re: Recognizers on Patrol
I like to work in Imagine’s 'Detail Editor' and a lot of my renders are ‘quick rendered’ from there, I’m often too lazy to use the ‘Stage Editor’ unless it’s a complex scene.
Talking of the old fashioned way, have you seen the renders that were done for “Star Wars” the 1977 film!

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