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Borg 2 by Lnx991 Borg 2 by Lnx991
when i first joind DA i did a rendition of the borg clay in photoshop based off of the borg font. here is part 2, also using the borg font
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ShadowsOfAVorlon Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2011  Student Writer
I adore the glass effect
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ChrisTheJeweler Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2010  Professional General Artist
i like it!!!
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BeholderGR Featured By Owner May 15, 2009   Writer
Perfect!
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gaeamil Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2007   Photographer
WE ARE THE BORG. YOU WILL BUY OUR SHINY CLEAR PLASTIC DECORATIONS. HAGGLING IS IRRELEVANT. RESISTANCE IS FUTILE.

Great! I love it!
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digitalpaintpot Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2006   Digital Artist
realy love the lighting,

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did you import the image as a 2d texture then add height. or does Maya do it ?
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Lnx991 Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2007
Wow, sorry for not getting around to answering... I imported this from the Borg Font, google it, its out there some where... its a replacement for one of the symbols, # i think... anyway, in Maya there is a text tool built in and i selected bevel as the primitive type, then it was a matter of scaling until I liked it. The lighting was all mental ray caustics using the dialectric material, with the ground being a dts material
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Contradicted-Enigma Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
That's pretty cool
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Ralexand Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2006
resistance is futile! great :D
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uglyphil Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2006
This is all done in photoshop? PS7 or CS2? It's very nice, even though i'm not a fan of Star Trek, i think it's very petty and very well made. nice work :)
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Lnx991 Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2006
lol, no, you cant do this in photoshop. well....you could, but it would take forever. i did this in Maya using caustics. final rendertime is about 30min. took about two and a half from start to finish.
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