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Old 22 December 2014, 22:16   #81
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Really impressive stuff.Is there a working editor for POVray 68k? I doubt that all of that cool stuff was done in a command line.
Yeah, sadly the modern versions of POVray are PC only, but it's roots came from the Amiga. I forget the original name that the software went by when it was on the Amiga, but after taking a new direction the people behind it decided a name change was needed.
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Old 23 December 2014, 12:00   #82
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For AROS,MorpOS and OS4 it seems to be V3.6.
The rest of the world is using 3.7.
There is also some nice (3rd party) software for modeling, linked on their site.

POV-Ray 3.01 is the latest version for 68k.
But without a decent tool to create scenes ,with a visual feedback ,it is only of limited use. At least for me.

BTW I guess you mean DKBTrace when you refer to the "original name"...
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Old 03 January 2015, 19:45   #83
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Thanks a lot @ all
Hello Tommes,
any experience in printing any of it?
Some "mini amiga 3000" on a 3d printer?

Still speachless, but dreaming too ;-)
 
Old 04 January 2015, 02:31   #84
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Sorry I'm late to responding to this thread... but just wanted some clarification:

Are these images all build from scratch as in not REAL machines/pictures?!

If so, this is so bloody impressive I thought you basically touched up existing images! I don't even think objects in games look as realistic as that keyboard!

Either way, VERY impressed indeed. How long does it take to do one of these? I saw your video, but I'd imagine that was significantly speeded-up as well as rendered beforehand?
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Old 04 January 2015, 04:45   #85
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id like to include on an intro to a game I'm making if thats okay with you?

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Late to the party, but... Wow! Brilliant, love the detail.
I see the comment about the A3k screws has already been made
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Old 06 January 2015, 23:08   #87
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Sorry I'm late to responding to this thread... but just wanted some clarification:

Are these images all build from scratch as in not REAL machines/pictures?!
http://eab.abime.net/showpost.php?p=982720&postcount=24

So you guys don't have to read all the stuff...
IIRC there was also a video of him, modeling that stuff, somewhere in this thread. But I'm to lazy to search it right now.

EDIT: You are lucky. I didn't clear my browser cache.And there isn't much from vimeo in there.
http://vimeo.com/109093019
If thats no "clarification"...

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Yeah, sadly the modern versions of POVray are PC only, but it's roots came from the Amiga.
Interesting.. for all this time I had confused POVray authors with POV an Atari ST demo group founded by Mark Davies (aka MSD)
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Old 15 February 2015, 23:57   #89
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Hello Tommes,
any experience in printing any of it?
Some "mini amiga 3000" on a 3d printer?

Still speachless, but dreaming too ;-)
Actually I am thinking about making some small versions as key chain.

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Sorry I'm late to responding to this thread... but just wanted some clarification:

Are these images all build from scratch as in not REAL machines/pictures?!

If so, this is so bloody impressive I thought you basically touched up existing images! I don't even think objects in games look as realistic as that keyboard!

Either way, VERY impressed indeed. How long does it take to do one of these? I saw your video, but I'd imagine that was significantly speeded-up as well as rendered beforehand?
Yep, all images are made completely from scratch out of the cyberspace
Today I have modeled an Amiga 4000 and it took me the whole day from modelling, over texturing, to scene-setup, lighting, rendering and compositing in Photoshop.

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id like to include on an intro to a game I'm making if thats okay with you?

mike.
Ok with me if you could mention my Nick "Tommes" somewhere as the creator of the images. It could be small, though.
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Old 15 February 2015, 23:59   #90
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Here is the latest additon to my round table of virtual Amiga computers. The Amiga 4000. Modeled with Inventor and rendered in LightWave/Octane. Took me the whole sunday
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Tommes - seriously great work! I'm assuming you have a job where you're able to utilise this talent or is this purely a hobby!?
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Tommes - seriously great work! I'm assuming you have a job where you're able to utilise this talent or is this purely a hobby!?
Correct assumption. I am working in my own advertising agency and I am doing 3D CGI since ... well ... since the Amiga days. Started back in the days with Turbosilver, Sculpt3D, Imagine, LightWave and using LightWave ever since.
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Correct assumption. I am working in my own advertising agency and I am doing 3D CGI since ... well ... since the Amiga days. Started back in the days with Turbosilver, Sculpt3D, Imagine, LightWave and using LightWave ever since.
Fantastic! If I ever need something modelling I know who to ask!
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Did anyone know which Amiga this is? Is it older than the Amiga 500 or is it a cheaper later version like the Amiga 600? Never heard of an Amiga 64 though.
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Did anyone know which Amiga this is? Is it older than the Amiga 500 or is it a cheaper later version like the Amiga 600? Never heard of an Amiga 64 though.
It's a Commodore 64, an eight bit computer that came before the Amiga.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commodore_64

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Funny that you don't know that it is the new model of the C64. You have already modeled the old version (also know as VIC64).
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Old 22 February 2015, 15:06   #97
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Sorry guys, I guess I forgot to put this one " " behind the text
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Old 23 February 2015, 03:18   #98
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Did anyone know which Amiga this is? Is it older than the Amiga 500 or is it a cheaper later version like the Amiga 600? Never heard of an Amiga 64 though.
Amazing modelling yet again! Do you happen to have the A600HD?!
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Tommes you are making some memorable wallpapers. I would like to use them all on my AKReal distro, but it's very difficult to convert some to 1024x768 (800x600) that I think are the more used on a miggy (SuperPlus).

Thanks a lot for your work, master.

BTW: You must suposse there are a lot of us waiting for the day of an A1200
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Well, I should make a collection for 1280x1024, 1024x768, 800x600. Will think of the dimensions next time.

1200? Ok, let's see ...

I don't think I have an A600 anymore. I had one once.
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