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Superstar Galaxy
« on: September 18, 2008, 08:09:34 PM »
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Animation Test Video

These are shots and video from Wanilla's flagship commercial game, Superstar Galaxy. In Superstar Galaxy you play as well, a young alien, on a quest to find his missing parents. However, as you begin your quest, a sinister figure pronounces himself the king of the Galaxy, and unleashes hordes of violent creatures into space and onto various planets. Could this mysterious Galaxy King have had a hand in your parents' disappearance?

I update my blog somewhat frequently with updates on my progress. Check it out if you want. ;)
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Re: Superstar Galaxy
« Reply #1 on: September 18, 2008, 08:25:08 PM »
AWESOMENESS!!!

How do you model like that???

What program do you use?

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Re: Superstar Galaxy
« Reply #2 on: September 19, 2008, 05:43:24 AM »
:) I use Blender. It seems confusing at first, but once you learn its ins and outs you'll never want to use another modeling program again (except perhaps to do things like vector line-art extrusion, which I use Cheetah3D for to make things like 3D logos).

If you're struggling with Blender, try out the Blender Noob to Pro Tutorials. It has helped me many a time.

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Re: Superstar Galaxy
« Reply #3 on: September 19, 2008, 04:54:51 PM »
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:) I use Blender. It seems confusing at first, but once you learn its ins and outs you'll never want to use another modeling program again (except perhaps to do things like vector line-art extrusion, which I use Cheetah3D for to make things like 3D logos).

If you're struggling with Blender, try out the Blender Noob to Pro Tutorials. It has helped me many a time.
That is what I use.

I REALLY like blender, I was just wondering if you had found something even better :P

NYWAYS I can't really afford anything else yet :-/

Mist
"I'll lie to him."
"And if that doesn't work?"
"Then I'll tell the truth. We're allowed to do that, in emergencies. We can't plan for everything, you know."
   -Colonel Graff, Ender&