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interplanetary man
written by Parsis on Oct 16, 2009 02:33
ATTENTION: I just want to make clear that I did not cancel the Maya Noctis movie. I have only postponed it for two months (sorry for not clarifying that 2 posts back.) I have much work and in two months I expect to be back in bussiness.

THANK YOU
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interplanetary man
written by Parsis on Dec 04, 2009 06:22
Hello everyone . Thought I'd give an update on the Noctis movie. First of all Noctis: The Probe created with Daz 2.2 will be finished early next year, I believe. Secondly, Noctis: Dark Memory created with Maya 2009, is partially under contruction, parts of felaysia have already been created. The stardrifters have been finished, but I may add a bit of differences to them for the movie, and the felaysians are almost finished. Sadly College is taking a lot of time from me, but even though I am in college I am finishing considerable work on the movie. I may just be delayed a little. I am also working on a secret Noctis project which I will release hopefully late next year.
Noctis: The Probe basically tells the story of what happened to the Felaysians , what vanished them from the universe. Noctis: Dark Memory takes place 1,000 thousand years after Noctis the Probe, and right now the story is being kept undercovers.
As always I will try to give an update in how everything is going.
Lornex I know how much you want to help me, but let me at least finish the first Noctis movie before we get into that. I have quite a bit of Noctis projects in the future, and if you really want to help me, am sure you will get the chance.
interplanetary man
written by Parsis on Dec 26, 2009 02:41
Am back yet again with another important update. Certain things have come up in my life, and therefore am not going to be able to come here for a couple of months, sadly this is also partially postponing the Noctis film, but no worries, the film is very closed to being done, if I had one straight month to work on it I probably would finish it, but sadly college is interfering. So I thought before I leave for an extended time period, I would release Noctis: The Probe/ story featurette. I hope everyone enjoys it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oz-zJizvz8E
You will have to watch this on Youtube my web-site is currently under construction.

See you all in a couple of months.
lost, not forgotten
written by Alex on Dec 26, 2009 03:01
I'm quite astonished by all this effort you're putting into your project, Parsis, but I mean in a pleasant way. Surprised to see how much Noctis must have inspired you, the enthusiasm you're investing in this long and difficult project. It feels so strange to hear my name in your preamble, I've never been mentioned in a video of any sort (including YouTube's). By the way, you sound like a truly professional speaker (or however those people talking in TV shows are called).

The story itself sounded original and enthralling, but that's obviously just my opinion, and it's obviously slightly biased. Also, I somewhat begin liking how you rendered felysians, although at first the fact that they were evidently bipedal and too "humanized" appeared a bit weird to me (that's because I've always imagined them as not very different from cats, except only slightly larger). But then, in theory, your kind of felysian would probably sound more realistic as a sentient lifeform than mine...

To conclude, whether you manage to complete it or not, you already have my appreciation and not just for the most evident reason that it's a Noctis-inspired work; it's also due to your ambition and enthusiasm, and coherence over time, factors that I've missed in my own life and works in recent years. I'm somewhat envious of you, but in a "positive" sense, as in wishing I could find back the necessary determination to keep up the game's sequel.
rawr
written by Raptorjedi on Dec 26, 2009 06:04
Alex said:
I'm quite astonished by Also, I somewhat begin liking how you rendered felysians, although at first the fact that they were evidently bipedal and too "humanized" appeared a bit weird to me (that's because I've always imagined them as not very different from cats, except only slightly larger). But then, in theory, your kind of felysian would probably sound more realistic as a sentient lifeform than mine...
I dunno. I see it the other way around myself. The chances of another species in the universe being humanoid is high, and I find it to be an overused bit of sci-fi personally. It's too cliche and impossible for my tastes. That's why I like the felisians, they're familiar yet alien, and it works.
lost, not forgotten
written by Alex on Dec 26, 2009 13:45
Oh yes, I think it's been sort of an interesting deviation from the sci-fi "standards", and don't worry NV will sure still include cat-like, four-legged Felysians. But my choice was driven by... heh... you know my view on cats & felines in general, rather than thinking of the realistic likelyhood that such a species could successfully evolve somewhere. But still, I keep thinking the least credible aspect of NIV wasn't the appearence of the Felysians, but rather it was due to my lazyness in defining the time units: not only they're base-10 counts, but the triad sinister is exactly one "human" second. I might do better there with NV.
written by E_net4 on Dec 26, 2009 16:25
Does that mean you're going to change the theory of Felisian time? That's some serious subject, you know.
lost, not forgotten
written by Alex on Dec 26, 2009 21:53
Yes. I'll probably opt for an internal (in the program) floating-point representation of time, and then a basic unit of measurement slightly faster than a second. The most important thing in this optics is avoiding weird coincidences, or traces of humanity, spoiling some of the credibility of the alien setup.
interplanetary man
written by Parsis on Apr 08, 2010 02:29
Well am finally back! The Noctis movie is well under way to being finished. Although the release date is set for later this year. I hope all of you enjoy the trailer. The sounds of the trailer are the original voices, but later on the actors and actress's will have their voices intergrated in it. ENJOY!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pneGtuXxOQM
interplanetary man
written by Parsis on Sep 27, 2010 23:40
Sighhh... Just a little longer. Just a few technical problems such as burned out laptop and scattered data. Most of everything was saved but its taking a while to put it all together and finish the film. Hopefully I'll be done soon.
written by Monty on Oct 08, 2010 14:56
We shall all continue to wish you luck with it (and your laptop).
interplanetary man
written by Parsis on Dec 13, 2010 06:51
After much thinking, I have decided to turn "Noctis: The Probe" into a series. Every episode will be ten minutes maybe less. The release date is set for Christmas day. Episodes will be on every other week, on youtube. This sounds crazy but doing this actually makes my job a whole lot easier. This way I will most certainly meet this deadline. For those of you who are interested there is bonus footage of "Noctis: The Probe" after the credits of my Star Trek movie. Here is the link. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hE3OJD_n28s
going nowhere fast...
written by Skinnymon on Dec 13, 2010 07:31
To borrow a phrase:

Fascinating...

written by Utsuho on Dec 13, 2010 23:20
I would consider it a great Christmas Day gift to all of anynowhere!!!
rawr
written by Raptorjedi on Dec 14, 2010 00:08
Utsuho said:
I would consider it a great Christmas Day gift to all of anynowhere!!!
*most of ABB.
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