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Recent Random Renderings . Being separated from my bricks for 5 months of skiing (it's a job!) has led me to have some adventures with LDD, LDD to POV Ray Convertor and POV Ray. . This is a fold out gattling gun for the Wasp. I've some other designs in LDD too. The Wasp will have a missile battery hidden in its other wing. Here we see the weapons folded out from the Wasp. The cockpit for the mini-fig is underneath the wing but my laptop couldn't render the three, large transparencies which I've used. I started playing with rendering using models that I'd already made in LDD. This is the The Grey Reaper. Here's the High Speed Interceptor. My favourite view is this one, with all of the engines on display. David Alexander Smith's Classic Space Pocket Money Contest inspired me to find some instructions online for some classic sets. The original version of this Space Scooter used what are now "illegal connections", so I had to improvise a little. This Mobile Tracking Station is one both mine & David's favourites. I had to make the antenna on top light grey, rather than the original trans-clear, to make the render happen in a reasonable time (6 1/2 hours) on my 5 year old laptop. LL918 was my first ever Classic Space set and my first ever min-fig. Here we see the pilot about to test fly an example which has yet to have its registration number painted on. The windows are covered with a protective film from the factory (or was it that my laptop just couldn't render the trans-yellow!) This final photo isn't a render but the Wasp in real bricks. This is as far as I got before I left for the Alps. I hope to have it finished in late May, depending on life and the speed of Bricklink deliveries. If you want to ask me questions about my adventures in rendering, you can find my e-mail on my MOCpages homepage.


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