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Part of my uni course - To create a step by step guide to something...I changed it a little, so now it's the History of Homeworld, set out in three parts

Empire and Exodus
The Return
The Age of S'jet

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jack2421992 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2012  Student Artist
Woah i truly like this. When the color comes alive its like "systems engaged and operational" faved!
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roddss Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2010
Cool stuff
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tekanako-the-first Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2009  Student General Artist
???it doesn't work, the history won't come up??? However I have got to say that the main menu looks cool!
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karsten Featured By Owner May 24, 2008  Professional Interface Designer
uni course, what kind of university are you study at?!!! lol
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tecwzrd Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2008
Nice effect :D Similar to Jadchor menu reworked I just posted lol.

I like the intro with the glow filter on the wings :thumbsup:
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JamesCamClarke Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2008
To be honest, the original of that was what gave me the idea for the triptych images. I knew I wanted different sections, but it wasn't until I saw that, that everything fell into place...

Thankyou!
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calgarc Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2008  Professional Artist
hmmm i don't get anythin when i click on the images. well any way you should check out happy-flasher at [link] they are always looking for new members for thier flash club
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ctemerson Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2008   Digital Artist
holy jebus! thats amazing!
i love homeworld and this piece truly deseves to be part of it :D amazing attention to detail here :) how long did it take you?
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JamesCamClarke Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2008
Well...getting everything together probably took about a day in total, with a lot of experimenting, searching for source images and tutorials, things like that. A few days before that coming up with the concept and rough designs on paper and photoshop, before figuring out how to put it all together. It's my first real flash project, other than basic "button does this/move this from side to side" stuff, so its pretty much all experimenting.

None of these images are mine though, in case thats your impression...I wish they were...most are from images on here (I'll be including a references section in the finished project, with links to the respective pages) or from the concept art/screenshots from the game.

I will be working on flash-animated versions of some of the cut scenes from the game, along with videos and images I've made this week. It has to be in by the 14th, so check back for the finished project.
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ctemerson Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2008   Digital Artist
wow a day in total, tah quite an amount of time :)
oooh i get you know XD your a better person at flash than i was when i had it :P
and ooo the flash animated cut scenes sound really good. Idefinately pop by now and then to see if you've uploaded the finished project :D
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