Thursday, November 11, 2010

Creating my own model in Vue

I bought this:

It's Osiris9's NAV 90 Avatar Class transatmospheric assault carrier. I.e. a Space Carrier. Well, I got Bryce and toyed with it to transfer the object into Vue. So far, I was unsuccessful. So I transferred it into DAZ Studio. I was unsuccessful and frustrated. To use the concept in Vue, I have to come up with my own and build it from Vue primitives and metablobs.

So I am starting my research:

USS Enterprise (CVN-65) [Public domain], by United States Navy, from Wikimedia Commons

USSRONALDREAGANgoodshot [Public domain], by Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Elizabeth Thompson (Main article, with link to image.), from Wikimedia Commons

CVN-78 aircraft carrier conceptual cutaway view [Public domain], by Northrop Grumman Newport News Shipbuilding (, from Wikimedia Commons

CVN-78 Artist Image [Public domain], by U.S. Navy (, from Wikimedia Commons

Those are U.S. Aircraft Carriers.

Here are the British Aircraft Carriers

PA2 [CC-BY-SA-2.0-fr (], by Rama., from Wikimedia Commons

Pa2 uk [CC-BY-SA-2.0-fr (], by Rama
This version: Anynobody (original File:QECVF.jpg50px), from Wikimedia Commons

The Links I'm using for my research:
1. The U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier official home page at -

2. How Stuff Works -- Aircraft Carriers:

3. Naval the site on Naval technologies:

This is going to be an awesome undertaking.  I always wanted to see an Aircraft Carrier, much less modeling them.   Now I get my chance.  The model I bought is for Bryce and only Bryce.  Since I'd rather be working in Vue, here we go. :)

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