Everything on these pages, and on the entire NESYS site,
was created by us, in the computer.
Computer-based image development has become a practical and economical alternative
to expensive photo shoots, model building, and traditional artwork.
As television and motion picture producers have found, the economic scales
have now tipped in favor of Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) as a way to
quickly produce the exact results desired, with a net cost saving.
We have standardized on the most powerful and flexible image development
and 3-D ray-trace software available today, with the result that we can readily deliver
imagery which is beyond the reach of most "web tools" software.
We have high quality image scanning capability, but with the exception of photos,
rarely use it, as we generally find that CGI produces much better quality,
faster and more economically.
All of the ray traces on this site were done in
with no post processing or other modifications.
All models and scenes were developed by us in the native POV-Ray language.
No modelers or other programs were used.
Although this approach is more difficult than using a modeler,
it allows complete control over all aspects of the finished results,
and generally faster rendering times.
The "decals" were developed in Photoshop.
No downloaded or commercial models, components, or textures were used,
other than the procedural textures available within POV-Ray.
All images (c) 1997, 2000, 2003 North East Systems, unless assigned to clients