Alfred Stuart Urrutia (
Thu, 24 Feb 2000 14:25:54 -0800

Peter Savin wrote:

> Don't know much about you mean that they spent alot of money and
> something looked bad, or vice versa? I guess what I was trying to say is

The first answer. Most of their money goes to appeasing middle/upper
management clowns who have no creativity yet make the biggest, most
irritatingly counter-productive changes. What you see on the screen is roughly
have of what was put into it.

> that DMuse is quite capable of producing super realistic stuff, and if the
> Gundam stuff doesn't look that great (I just looked, it doesn't), that's
> because they didn't spend the time (time=money, you know!).

What do you mean "super realisitic"? Because they and the rest of the
SeaQuest/Star Trek/Babylon 5 crowd haven't produced anything that could be
called photoreal, yet. Time and correct software and correct application of
said software. And a someone with an artistic idea, that helps.

> Regarding the look of the graphics, that GM-like thing is just plain boxy
> and ugly, and the texturing on the Gundam leaves much to be desired, it's
> got that really boring "standard Lightwave 3d" look, much better suited to
> B5 ships than MS's! An MS is much closer to a tank than a starship, I wish
> someone there had pointed this out. Bleh... :( Well, more inspiration to
> get back to work on my 3d Gelgoog! Hehehe.... :)

One day, one day.


"Atop his jet black, genetically engineered Horse of Doom, The Pope rides
 into battle against soldiers armed with mere conventional weapons.  He
 laughs as his army of cloned Jesus' (Jesi?) drive crosses into the
 chests of their enemy."
                                  - Excerpt from Clu's "War Popes" movie.

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