12 July, 2005

Project Names

Note: No guarantee is made that any or all sections of these projects will be completed, either in a timely manner or at all.

Anaheim Machines Project (or AMP). AMP sections that are completed are colored in red.


AMP1 (Anaheim Machines Project 1) is the "goal" project. Based on the first 5 minutes of Gundam Seed Episode (phase) 50, this animation requires the use of the Gundams Freedom, Providence, Buster, Duel, Raider and the METEOR mobile armor. The scene is set in space between the earth and the moon spheres. It requires an asteroid (or junk) field, the escape pod from the Dominion Battleship and possibly the presence of the Archangel Battleship.

AMP2 (Anaheim Machines Project 2) [updated] is the secondary project. Based on the final 5-10 minutes of Gundam Seed Destiny Episode (phase) 34, this animation is actually the fight between Freedom and Force Impulse Gundam. Additionally, Zaku Warrior and Gouf Ignited units will be present (and be destroyed). Also required is the Sword Silhouette used by the Impulse as well as the Silhouette Flyer. The scene is set in the middle of a blizzard in the mountains of Germany. However there are a few changes planned for this. First, the Sword Silhouette will feature some radical changes to incorporate more weaponry. Second, the Strike Rouge with IWSP and the Archangel and Minerva will be needed and parts of each destroyed.

AMP3 (Anaheim Machines Project 3) is the launching of the Strike Freedom from the Eternal support ship and subsequent battle with opposing mobile suits (Gouf and Zaku variants).

AMP (Anaheim Machines Project Alpha) is the Alpha test project. Simply containing basic animations or stills of various Zeta Gundam and Advance of Zeta episode scenarios. These include Zeta Gundam, Hazel (Custom Hazel, Rah variations), Gaplant (and "Fiver" predecessor), Rick Dias, Asshimar (and "Kehaar" predecessor), Gundam MKII. No animation is planned.

AMP ((Anaheim Machines Project Beta) is the Beta test project. The ground based mobile suit battle from the 08th MS TEAM, regarding the EZ-8, Gouf Custom, Gundam RX-79G, and GM RGM79G. Scenes are expected but no animation is planned.

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Anonymous Anonymous said ... (Feb 20, 2008, 8:58:00 AM) : 

How do you make these Things

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (Aug 13, 2008, 7:55:00 AM) : 

hey my name is wind27382
I have been stopping by the site for a few years and I love what your doing. I just noticed the links to the projects and wanted to offer u my help if u need it. I'm pretty good with 3d effects and explosions. here is the link to my youtube page where u can see some of my work.

http://www.youtube.com/user/wind27382

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (Oct 22, 2008, 7:53:00 AM) : 

Hi!

Just wanted to say that this is the coolest and most beautiful fan based site I have seen in a long while. Really great stuff that you are doing. You should make some vids of the process :) Hit me back at jahaja_och ( @ ) hotmail . com to chat about mecha. I really want to get into this stuff /Patrik, Sweden

 

Anonymous anubis said ... (Nov 7, 2008, 6:01:00 AM) : 

amazing site and amazing models, cant believe bandai hasn't tried to recruit u to make a PC gundam game or something :P

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (Jan 7, 2009, 8:14:00 AM) : 

Incredible stuff a load of mechs and stuff i mean if u had a great team u could realy make a gundam game im serious well to bad ur not

 

Blogger Fritz said ... (Jan 18, 2009, 11:55:00 AM) : 

There's some truly incredible modelling and rendering here. Impressive, entertaining, inspiring and very appreciated!

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (Mar 7, 2009, 6:43:00 AM) : 

Hello
I just start modeling stuff and wanted to know if you went to a specialize school to do modeling.
And your gundam are really cool
Keep up the good work ! :)

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (Aug 22, 2009, 9:57:00 PM) : 

love it, i always wanted to do this and you have fulfilled my dream, in a much better way!!!!

 

Blogger Unspecified said ... (Aug 27, 2009, 10:37:00 AM) : 

You've heard it too many times: your modeling is great.

Since it's your hobby and people have expressed admiration for your skill and a desire to either see something done with it, or do it themselves, you should get some of these annoyances off your back by posting a series of tutorials.

If you could share some of your amazing skill with others who're willing to enrich the public domain or contribute to big projects currently under way, people might annoy you less and everyone would probably benefit.

I'm just sayin'.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (Oct 3, 2009, 10:21:00 AM) : 

You sir...are totally awesome! I love your designs and your work!

 

Anonymous Kai said ... (Oct 18, 2009, 11:17:00 PM) : 

do models of gundam 00's mobile suits too. hah

 

Anonymous yevon said ... (Nov 18, 2009, 11:00:00 PM) : 

I have just read about your "FAQ" and "about". Because you had say the truth, I will, too.

You say that you want made about Gundam series ( UC and other Gundam series). But the design of two series " Gundam G" and " Gundam Turn A" is too terrible for anyone want made 3D for it. I think you will think like me about this problem. I have some link of resign Turn A Gundam, more beautiful than the origin very much. I Think this resign image will help you when you want made 3D Turn A Gundam.

http://i174.photobucket.com/albums/w87/kohaku-sama/Gundam%20fic/Five_Star_StoriesTurnA1.jpg

That is all.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (Jul 6, 2010, 10:05:00 AM) : 

Hi to all the team of Anaheim Machines Project.
I'm .Hack from www.3dgundam.com,a site where members make mod for the game Ultimate Knight Windom Bootfighter.

Would you want to share, exchange your models with their ?

It will be good because they already the both mech you try to make in a side and you have some models they don't have.
If you are OK, just send the English section for 3dgundam.

For more detail, look at this, you'll like that.


http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=gundam+clone&aq=o

 

Blogger Joel said ... (Apr 28, 2011, 2:28:00 PM) : 

Hi, I came across your site and wasn’t able to get an email address to contact you. Would you please consider adding a link to my website on your page. Please email me back and we'll talk about it.

Thanks!

Joel Houston
JHouston791@gmail.com

 

Blogger James Crowder said ... (Jul 28, 2011, 5:14:00 AM) : 

Hi amazing models! I was wondering if you let people rig your models for animation?

James Crowder

jamescrowder22@aol.com

 

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