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  • Geordieboi

    hoping someone can help me out here…

    if anyone’s a wizkid on designing tv studios in 3d, would be extremely grateful if they’d be up for helping me out by designing a studio for one of my websites. to give you an idea of what i’m after, check out and click the link that says “launch virtual news studio”. i’ve got the talking 3d characters ok, but need a studio set designing for the background. at present, while i’m desperately trying to find one, i’ve “borrowed” the sky news (oz) newsdesk image but that’s the kind of thing i’m looking for… a studio with newswall, possibly a vertical rounded pole with a monitor or 2 embedded, newsdesk in the background and possibly a camera. any ideas gratefully received!

    i can supply photographs of riders and racing action to be superimposed onto the monitors/screens etc if required.

    if anyone is able to help me out on this one, and is ok with their design being used throughout the news section of edinburgh’s website, then please drop me a line to with ideas. i would be very grateful.

    guide-wise, the final design would need to be 1150×700 pixels (landscape) so i can reduce it to fit the new layout i’ve got in mind… ideally some nice colourful studio design like sky news (uk). i’m pretty much open to suggestions on colours, but the speedway team’s racing colours are dark blue and gold, as you’ll see from the site.

    (i tried 3dsmax myself, but just got agitated after about an hour… aarrgghh!!)

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    just found the pages of martin anderson’s work, what can i say except WOW!! martin if ur reading this and might be able to help out, please drop me a line!

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