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    Codex85 Mouse Potato VIP Member

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    A few pictures from my vacation are now up here.
     
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    They were taken in Valletta, Malta. By far the most fun port we hit the entire cruise.

    As for the guns, I was on a Warship. They were kinda hard to avoid ;).
     
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    Do you have any shots of them in action? Perhaps a test drill?
     
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    Zeus Moderator

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    I have all kinds of shots of them in action, as well as plenty of shots of missiles and torpedoes being launched. I have shots of flight ops, the ship going to General Quarters (getting ready for combat), and hilo crash drills. I also have some shots of sunset / sunrise on the ocean that when you're there it takes your breath away. I have shots of dolphins and other fish swimming alongside the ship in some of the clearest salt water I've ever seen. I have shots of caves and ancient strucutures that are unbelievable.


    What was that? You ask why I don't post them? Because I transferred them from my camera to my laptop while I was underway (a refurbished HP Pavillion) and that laptop has long since crashed. :cry

    Yep, it's a giant paperweight with a bad PSU, a bad Screen and a bad HDD. The only reason I still have it is because I think the battery, powercord, and RAM are all good. I'm also hoping that I can figure out a way to hook it up as a second HDD on another computer and that hdd will stay alive long enough to copy all my pics off of it. /:rant
     
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    binarysoul InnocentBystander VIP Member

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    Thought I would finally get around to posting a few random pictures ... nothing fancy

    Here is one from our summer cottage '05 after our attempts to sail a canoe.
    http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y120/the_binary_soul/PIC32034__4_.jpg

    Me at a Cruxshadows concert with the lead singer. ( We both look pretty terrible though, in mid speech and sweaty :p )
    http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y120/the_binary_soul/kirk_n_rogue.jpg

    Flowering bush in the provincial park where I used to live
    http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y120/the_binary_soul/flowerlarge.jpg

    My sisters cat Mr. Dark (aka dork)
    http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y120/the_binary_soul/PICTURE_001.jpg
     
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    Minnehaha Falls. Minneapolis, MN.
     
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    Codex85 Mouse Potato VIP Member

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    Nice one--love the panoramic view.
     
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    Codex85 Mouse Potato VIP Member

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    Allow me to present: Hacker Noir.
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    James Photojournalist VIP Member

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    Here's a quick attempt at a night shot
     

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    this is the cat we are getting from the breeder.
     
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    A cgi image for a sequence in my new film
     
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    Codex85 Mouse Potato VIP Member

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    That's an interesting shape, but is it meant to look so... drab?
     
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    Here's afew images from my locker...

    http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c38/wcain/chicken.jpg
    Chicken Box, "Taste Like Ya Mama's"
    This is an unedited image of a real chain chicken eatery in and around New Orleans usually right next to a convienence store Wagner's Meat, "You can't beat it" (if you don't believe it look at next image)
    http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c38/wcain/wagner.jpg

    Next is a really cool tower in Cobh, Ireland. It's shorter than it looks.
    http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c38/wcain/tower.jpg

    Old age buildings and technology makes for some great photo op's
    http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c38/wcain/dome.jpg

    A part of the church inside Edinburgh Castle, Scotland
    http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c38/wcain/castle.jpg

    More to come...
     
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    Nickweb Resident Filmaker Moderator

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    @ Codex: Its a work in progress, and was rendered in like 10 mins in lightwave, the final model will be a wireframe model with some alpha shading, and will have lots of polygons, and also spin round, so I can whack it into aftereffects, and make it look like a programming language.

    the shape is the spider/trojan horse/virus thing for my film
     
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    Codex85 Mouse Potato VIP Member

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    Cool beans. After hearing you describe the thing, I couldn't resist taking a whack at it...

    Click for animated version (may take a bit to load).

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    Goober THQ's Jester Moderator

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    W00t, siamese/himalayan?
     
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    TheOneGreatX VIP Member

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    close. It's a birman
     
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    Goober THQ's Jester Moderator

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    Ohh. The only reason why I asked is because I have that kind of a mut ;) (Love her dearly) and that is what she looked like when she was younger.

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    @ Codex
    wow, thats really quite good, how long did it take for you to do? I guess my CGI guy here has some competition
     
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    Codex85 Mouse Potato VIP Member

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    Ten minutes to model, fifteen to render (including the frames for the animation). Atom Arrays make the job fairly easy.
     
    Codex85, Oct 24, 2006
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