Nevertheless, given the number of molecules occupying that space, it would be a considerable feat indeed. Thus, the ability to beam a troller into a wall is not going to come anytime soon. Sadly.
--Measure with mike, mark with chalk, cut with axe, pound to fit, paint to match
yes, I'm sure it would take a tremendous amount of energy. Something on the order of 1.21 gigawatts.
Well done, Anim8or.
Originally Posted by Boyz in da Park
Needs more texture work. And you should look into making small animated details even if they're barely visible. That's what makes a good cg artist closer to being a great cg artist. just take a look at the ships from id4. And that was HOW many years ago?
PS: there is a videography forum for this sort of thing.
The ones I was lucky to spot, were just round gray discs in the sky (no blinking beacons)....one up front and two following at a distance behind.
Earlier, there were others that cruised with Orange lights on (solid, not blinking)...then would disappear.
My guess is they cruise with the lights shut down, when they want to see something or whatever they light up. Were like glowing orange objects that moved up and down.
They weren't planes, weather balloons, helicopters, Chinese lanterns, etc.
Interesting night, others saw them as well. Very surreal, big skeptic here before that.
Last edited by Beltfed; 10-10-2012 at 01:27 AM.
Look at your signature, now back to mine, now back to yours, now back to mine. Sadly, yours isn't mine, but if you stopped using your old signature and changed it to this one, it could look like mine. Look down, back up, where are you? You're on a car forum, reading this signature.