Building A Babylon 5 Style Crew Transport... Part 3Posted by Da Burn on Friday, 19 October 2012
Star Wars: Edge of the Empire, Beta (Week 7)Posted by Da Burn on Wednesday, 17 October 2012
The latest update for Fantasy Flight Games (FFG) was released this week. This is a minor update with mostly just some changes to the carrying capacity of the various starships, but it did come out with one MAJOR change that I'm glad to see happen.
Star Wars: Edge of the Empire, Beta (Week 5)Posted by Da Burn on Monday, 8 October 2012
Fantasy Flight Games (FFG), the publisher of the latest Star Wars RPG, is now into their sixth week of this Beta release. Each week FFG has taken feedback from the players in the open beta and put out updates to the game. The first week was minor updates to the various species to fix minor issues. The second week included updates to the Force Exile Career and the specializations available. The third week’s update was minor fixes to the various weapons, mostly lowering the damage and adjusting the prices.
Building A Babylon 5 Style Crew Transport... Part 2Posted by Da Burn on Friday, 5 October 2012
Building A Babylon 5 Style Crew Transport... Part 1Posted by Da Burn on Friday, 28 September 2012
Effective Scene Lighting for CG Space... OrganicPosted by Da Burn on Friday, 21 September 2012
In the previous lesson we looked at lighting organic-based ships: those with lots of curved surfaces rather than those with angular, flat panels.
All my beta-buddies (Fabio, Craig Clark etc.) have told me that this lesson is uneccessary, following the previous lighting lesson, so I will compromise and make this a short one.
Star Wars: Edge of the Empire, Beta (Careers)Posted by Da Burn on Sunday, 16 September 2012
Star Wars: Edge of the Empire brings a new twist for character creation and development. In Star Wars D20 (Original Core Rules, Revised Core Rules and Saga) characters had classes and levels. In West End Games Star Wars characters could be built from a starting template and then expanded by the selection of skills.
Betterspace Lightwave TutorialsPosted by Da Burn on Sunday, 16 September 2012
Betterspace was a series of tutorials that originally appeared on the site ap3d.com. Unfortunately they disappeared from the Net sometime in the last 5 years. What is presented here are the tutorials that I was able to resurrect thanks to a program called Warrick that is able to use sites like the Wayback machine and the Google cache.