Thursday, 28 October 2010

Newer Meteorite

I think the changes speak for themselves really... but:

I've changed the meteorite in accordence to the comments from Jon, Phil and Bob.
I've put the front glow on a seperate object so its easy to turn it off when it enters the atmosphere for the full green glow.







I personally, am really happy with this :)

11 comments:

  1. ... at risk of sticking my nose in - again! :D - I just don't think your meteor should be green at all - make is chromatically opposite to the 'earth' colours... more generally, loving the vibe at your studio chaps! Keep it going, keep the ball in the air! :-)

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  2. oh boy Phil... we'll have to see what the group decision on that one will be. I'm just happy that colour changes are easy. If it was a complete remodel, well I might just hunt you down... :)

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  3. I'm going to find you lot outside my house with an axe... first Christmas (pah!) and then a red/orange/purple meteorite?! I'm a dead man... If anyone is reading this, if I turn up in a ditch with my head missing, it was Earl what done it!

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  4. "It was Earl what done it" - Who are you Phil?! Haha.

    I'd say red/orange/purple for the meteor to give it the best contrast against your green city. You know it makes sense!

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  5. Don't worry Phil, he can't take the both of us. Bluejetdude, that'l learn ya!

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  6. Be afraid, Earl - be very afraid!

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  7. Well, I'll be going into hiding. Bye

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  8. This looks more like a flare than a giant piece of rock with the power to wipe out an entire species!

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  9. Well it's not really a giant rock and it smashes up a dumpster. It has to look out of place in our scene. Which I think it does :) (when i change the colour)

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  10. yeah - when you change the colour... (or else).

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