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I have to test this!


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'Substellar Object C'... wallpaper animation...

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Just so's you know about there Mr. H...
My new Vista 64-bit O.S. does also make possible actual, animated desktop backgrounds.
I wouldn't rush right out and purchase one though. It also has LOTS of interesting bugs
and other problems too. :wink:


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Vista eh Bob? is there no limit to what it can do?!

My take on it's rival...

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Done with Celestia... of course!


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:( HOW DO YOU MAKE MODELS FOR CELESTIA???

IM SO DESPARATE I WANT TO KNOW
PLEASE TELL ME

how do u do all of this???
:cry: where did u get that cluster generator and all that from?


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Some of your questions might be answered on the Web page
http://www.lepp.cornell.edu/~seb/celest ... lling.html

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Some of your questions might be answered on the Web page
http://www.lepp.cornell.edu/~seb/celest ... lling.html


Where, thankfully, there is no shouting ;-)

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soz about shouting


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Not really a wallpaper but I'm pretty sure Bob will like it... :wink:

This encounter is of course quite unprovable...

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heh... that's super Chris... me likey LOTS!... oops! :D


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ElChristou wrote:
Not really a wallpaper but I'm pretty sure Bob will like it... :wink:


Don't know which Bob you mean, but I certainly like it... :D


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the shot "3_ISS1_1.jpg" is very nice .I do NEED to get a new computer that rendering as GREAT

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Don't know which Bob you mean, but I certainly like it... :D


Probably both... :oops:
I'm still toying with it to see how detailled I have to go; it won't be a high res model but will be anyway quite cool. I'll going for normal maps here and there to add extra details so even at close range it's quite interesting. Right now I modelling on the radiators of S1/P1...


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I would like to see some close-ups please.


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just some i posted over at fedoraforum
http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=204380
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and one of Hyperion from cassini images
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