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Pythonis Rogue 30th September 2020 01:25 AM

:facepalm:

Dave_Ionic 30th September 2020 02:12 AM

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Originally Posted by studio460 (Post 15006740)
Babylon 5 was definitely rendered in LightWave on Amigas. STNG apparently did some work on Amigas, but I think the bulk of their CGI was done on SGI machines.

A bunch of stuff got done on SiliG Machinces.

zerocrossing 30th September 2020 03:49 AM

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Originally Posted by Dave_Ionic (Post 15006844)
A bunch of stuff got done on SiliG Machinces.

Wait, are you guys saying that the Iridium is running on old SGI machines? :lol:

We had those at my college. I was so excited to dig into Alias Wavefront. Instead they made us code directly in C. It was excruciating for me, as I’m not great at coding By the time they let us use software Maya 1 was out but we only had access senior year and rendering was incredibly slow. I actually ditched the SGI/Maya lab and did my projects in Lightwave on a Mac just so I had it to myself.

Sapro 30th September 2020 08:05 AM

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Originally Posted by syntonica (Post 14984878)

How would the midi cables fit?

vitocorleone123 1st October 2020 06:05 PM

Uh oh! New Prophets approaching fast!

Just when you thought you had things figured out..... Dave strikes back!

kwaping 1st October 2020 08:57 PM

I'm actually really enjoying watching people who still have disposable income scrambling to find ways to buy all the hot new things coming out. I guess money really does create problems!