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06-09-2018 03:51 PM
Watercool-Jakob How come nobody posted this yet...?


06-08-2018 07:37 AM
ruffhi I've just finished watching the original movie (Blade Runner) and the update (Blade Runner 2049) and my only comment is "gees it rains alot in their 'future'". Excellent interpretation from the movies ... just make sure your PC doesn't rain (or glow all yellow) like the movies.
05-06-2018 11:56 PM
Jameswalt1
Quote: Originally Posted by SpikeV View Post
Hey James . . . thanks for this journey . . . not only is Tears the new hallmark, but following your thought process and design approach (not to mention- the often mentioned - photo record) ... it's just - Great Fun !!!

. . . of course, like for many, it has been a personal inspiration - and, pushing the "what if" boundaries

my little project pushes on - with all the 'what if' impacts Tears (and previous) has offered up
... and I just want to add a big THANK YOU, as well, for the great personal support on all the dumb PMs from my side - you're a Champ !!!

Cheers
Too kind brother, thanks for following along!
05-06-2018 12:32 AM
SpikeV Hey James . . . thanks for this journey . . . not only is Tears the new hallmark, but following your thought process and design approach (not to mention- the often mentioned - photo record) ... it's just - Great Fun !!!

. . . of course, like for many, it has been a personal inspiration - and, pushing the "what if" boundaries

my little project pushes on - with all the 'what if' impacts Tears (and previous) has offered up
... and I just want to add a big THANK YOU, as well, for the great personal support on all the dumb PMs from my side - you're a Champ !!!

Cheers
04-30-2018 05:44 PM
Jameswalt1
Quote: Originally Posted by h0peisgiven View Post
Really amazing mate
Thank you!
04-29-2018 12:31 PM
h0peisgiven Really amazing mate
04-26-2018 05:01 PM
Jameswalt1
Quote: Originally Posted by Madmaxneo View Post
Like I have said before the build is simply amazing, it is a work of art!

I could see how those images inspired this build, but it is lacking something when compared to those pics. Maybe some LEDs hidden behind an acrylic panel for distant window type effects would have done the job.

It would have also been cool if you had a small model of one of those flying cop cars with LEDs, just a thought.
I totally get it, and definitely I appreciate it!

Quote: Originally Posted by snef View Post
simply the best of the year if not of all time
I LOVE it

colors, design, case , loop everythings work perfectly together
and the "all around things" (video) are just epic

cant wait to see next one
You're way too kind sneffers



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04-24-2018 06:08 AM
snef simply the best of the year if not of all time
I LOVE it

colors, design, case , loop everythings work perfectly together
and the "all around things" (video) are just epic

cant wait to see next one
04-21-2018 04:30 PM
Madmaxneo
Quote: Originally Posted by Jameswalt1 View Post
Critique and compliments very much appreciated

In regards to the very simplistic interior, and almost completely hidden loop; I suppose I was going for a sparse, monolithic look inspired by the architecture in the films. Screenshots of that below.

However I can definitely see where you guys are coming from and while I definitely won't be going sff on the next build (log up soon), rest assured the loop will be far more complex

JR - I very much appreciate the video compliment. The video part is very important to me and I'm very passionate about videography and editing. I'm glad that passion paid off and reception has been tremendous.

Spoiler!
Like I have said before the build is simply amazing, it is a work of art!

I could see how those images inspired this build, but it is lacking something when compared to those pics. Maybe some LEDs hidden behind an acrylic panel for distant window type effects would have done the job.

It would have also been cool if you had a small model of one of those flying cop cars with LEDs, just a thought.
04-20-2018 02:31 PM
Jameswalt1
Quote: Originally Posted by catbuster View Post
Great build, but case feels somewhat empty. If u go itx pls go sff build sub 20 litres and pack it good
Quote: Originally Posted by JR23 View Post
Same mixed feelings towards it, without doubt top 10 builds of the decade but the vastness detracts from the sense of intricacy portrayed in the street scenes. Lighting, colours and finishes are beyond anything, similarly the videography decimates that which the big manufacturers invest entire teams and tens of thousands into.

Unless it's somewhere you feel that you need to visit I don't think that should result in a 'reactionary' SFF build, but I do think that scale/density should be more considered with respect to the theme.

JR

Critique and compliments very much appreciated

In regards to the very simplistic interior, and almost completely hidden loop; I suppose I was going for a sparse, monolithic look inspired by the architecture in the films. Screenshots of that below.

However I can definitely see where you guys are coming from and while I definitely won't be going sff on the next build (log up soon), rest assured the loop will be far more complex

JR - I very much appreciate the video compliment. The video part is very important to me and I'm very passionate about videography and editing. I'm glad that passion paid off and reception has been tremendous.










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