Monday, May 21, 2007

Spacecraft - Work in progress

This is the front section of another craft I've started recently for the SF production that Emmett is on with in Germany, they've had a recent set back in production as they're having to find new studio space to build their sets. This model has been put on hold for the moment while I work on the SF project for the guys over in New York.
I should be able to post some renders of the new project I'm working on later in the week,I won't be able to post pics of the whole ship but they're going to allow me to post detailed area's.

18 comments:

Identity said...

Very cool man, Love the detail. Just one question what software you using and what render??

Andrew Glazebrook said...

I use Max and the render for this is just Scanline using Max's Skylight.

Richard Oud said...

I just love your Sci-fi stuff Andrew.. Idon't know how you do it, but it seems that you just keep pumping out awesome models!

Goobeetsablog said...

so complex!
beautiful.

Andy J. Latham said...

Hi Andrew, how long does it take you to model something like this? Great stuff!

kend said...

looks cool, reminded me of old star wars for some reason. happy 40 years on the planet

allen said...

Like it a lot. What's the blue light? Is that the forward window port?

Moonwatcher said...

I like the look of this ship,the front glowing bit has a Star Trek feel to it.

Ken Chandler said...

Does the production that this will be in eventually have a name, so we can look or it? Or can you give that away? Looks sweet. Should be exciting to see it in action.

Alfredo said...

i always feel like a kid when i come here, ace work.

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Andy, I think this about 4-5 hours of work.
Allen, I suppose it is some kind of forward deflector,a bit Star Trek-esque as Moonwatcher has said.
Ken, they're still talking over various titles for this production,who knows when they'll have one.

Varian 4ever said...

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Pass the word! ;)

Nobody said...

Very cool work so far :)
Has a nic authentic capsule look to it. I love how you do the panels. Nice ship.

400lb Ninja said...

WOw man the detail is sweet I love the pin lights in the nose...

Moonwatcher said...

This could be a retro Star Trek ship,stick some nacelle's on it :)

Lee said...

Great work once again Andrew!excellent detail.

greg oakes said...

this is SO SWEET i wanna LICK IT!!! :)

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!LEON! said...

You're like a 3d surgeon when it comes to detailing. Great model you have there. Oh and thanks for the comment also.