Alfred Stuart Urrutia (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 24 Feb 2000 13:33:33 -0800
Peter Savin wrote:
> Digital Muse is known for providing mid-range/semi low-budget graphics for
> alot of stuff (though they have made some spectacular scenes for Trek), so
> it's not too surprising that the graphics weren't that great (too bad,
> though). The quality of the effects is directly proportional to the amount
> of money the producers spent (of course), so I guess the producers just
> didn't pay enough. :) There's alot of great potential for computer
Disney's track record can refute that statement so completely it is painful.
> generated Gundam stuff, I hope someday somebody will do it right. Perhaps
> I'll have to take it upon myself! ;)
I, too, hope someday for a decent live-action/cg Gundam *something*, movie or
TV show or whatever.
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