Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Gingerbreed - Spaceship - Work in Progress Pt 2




Here are a few update pics of the ship I'm making for the SF Comedy Gingerbreed I still can't show all the ship and its components until Jon and Szymon give the go ahead. And no that area on the top near the engines isn't a swimming pool ! :)

21 comments:

allen said...

NICE!

Laura Roigé - ShirKa _. said...

Hi... you like a lots robots!!^^ your work is really amazing andrew
my congratulations

Goobeetsablog said...

I'd say some kind of pad for landing
spacecraft?

nice work.

Niel Bushnell said...

Swimming poools on spaceships? Crazy notion! Next you'll be telling me they put football pitches on spaceships too!

Very nice work G, as ever! Detailing is looking sweet! Are these Ambocc renders?

Elliott said...

your ship designs are fantastic!

Scott Altmann said...

Now I wish it was a swimming pool :)
Really nice design on the ship. I am envious of people who are good at industrial design, and you are one of them!

Jo Bling said...

Splendid stuff Glazey and an intriguing project - come along now, tell us more!

C

Vanhoozerbot said...

Very nice work!

I have been updating my blog, I promise!
Check!

http://vanhoozerstudios.blogspot.com/

Hope you are well, and thanks for the comments.

Jeremy

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Niel the renders are done using Max's Skylight. What 40 year old idiot with glasses and a ponytail would put a football pitch on a spaceship ?! :)

Curtis if you check my post further down there's a link to the Gingerbreed blog.

Brian you'd be pretty close with your theory.

Cheers all for the feedback.

GhettoFab said...

haha I cant wait to hear more ( and see as well) another brilliant batch of renders

Ken Chandler said...

You have an amazing talent my friend, keep showing us your progress so I can be shocked and awed!

Michael G Clark said...

You're still greebleking. Great construction, I may have to actually watch Gingerbreed just to see your ship.

I like the wee green man, he must get cold out there on the hull!

Sarita Kolhatkar said...

Whooey! You dish out Models like no other. Where on earth do you find the time? I on the other hand am on a vacation from Maya ... bleh.

But yes, sorry for being gone so long ... I was on vacation.

This model has some pretty crazy detail - if I had something like this in my portfolio my dreams of working for Battlestar Galactica would finally come true.

Richard Oud said...

Damn.. this is looking top notch! Great to see the progress on the gingerbreed project Andrew!

Love your models, so much detail and great designs!

Cathy said...

Wooohoo! There are spaceships on my blog now, too! They're not quite as sensible as yours, though.

Tim Bye said...

As always impressive stuff Andrew! I hadn't realised you worked on hyperdrive - I really enjoyed that show! I'm looking forward to seeing more of this project you're working on!

Dave said...

Great job! You have a great design sense. Everything looks really functional, too! Instead of a pool, maybe you could have a beach volleyball area ;)

yarooze said...

Is ist possible to see some of the movies you were working at if I'm not in england? There are cool stuff, and I can't see it... ;(
May be you can post a list of the movies, so I can search for them?

Moonwatcher said...

Wow this is getting really amazing, really has a 2001 feel to it.

chris.K said...

ah very nice. love the intake vents and burners. i'd definitely like to see this thing fly

Fabián Fucci said...

I would love a cut-away poster of this one so much!