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Maria

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Maria Guitar

Maria Guitar

July 13, 2010

No, this doesn't happen at any point during the story. While running through the DAZ content one day I came across this guitar I didn't know we had, so I let Maria rock out a little.

Ravi Tech Bay

Ravi Tech Bay

July 13, 2010

We spent some time working to produce a Meerschaum Industries tech bay. This version probably won't be the final version.

Here, Ravi and his assistant Mark work on a Model A165 android, an older model. Ravi is, as always, excited at the possibilities of robotics; Mark would prefer not to waste time on old robots.

Maria Punks Revised 1

Maria Punks Revised 1

July 16, 2010

Another visualization of the scene where Maria confronts the punks. Now it actually takes place in the mall set, and we've aquired an additional punk, Lewis.

Maria Punks Revised 2

Maria Punks Revised 2

July 17, 2010

The reverse shot of the same scene. Here we can see Lewis's skateboard and "420" t-shirt. Subtle he is not. Obviously the rest of the mall is empty, but this is at least closer to what we are looking for.

Park New Lights

Park New Lights

July 28, 2010

The park from earlier, but with different lights to eliminate the "nuclear sun" effect.

Newscaster

Newscaster Mockup

Nov 23, 2010

After a long gap while we worked on Dark Dungeons, we started up work on Maria again. Our TV newscaster in the initial version of the TV studio set. Melissa is a commentator, not a journalist, and she conducts her interviews with a specific axe to grind.

TV Studio Right

TV Studio Right

Nov 23, 2010

Ravi and Melissa discuss issues related to robotics. This is the initial version of the set, and will probably change. View to the right side of the stage.

TV Studio Left

TV Studio Left

Nov 23, 2010

Opposite view of the same shot from above. Again, the features of this set will probably change.

Cola Machine

COCTAb Cola

Nov 23, 2010

A COCTAb Cola machine stands in a hallway at Hastings University. That's pronounced something like "Shestov", though our knowledge of Russian isn't very thorough. COCTAb is marketed with a retro "Soviet kitsch" theme, which is made easier because by the time of the story, very few people remember life during the Cold War. COCTAb is our go-to brand whenever we want to use a cola, but want to avoid brand names.

Panda Panda Revised

Panda Panda Revised

Nov 29, 2010

We began reworking our storefront set, because the original set had some limitations. The new version is modular, in that it has a number of bays, for which a variety of interchangeable storefronts can be designed. Most elements of the mall were created in Maya, then imported into DAZ.

In this case, Panda Panda now has a more "oriental" look to it, with the paper screens and hanging lanterns. In this shot, the security gate is down, but it can be raised and lowered.

 

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Last Updated: October 3, 2011