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Old 15-02-2004, 05:28 AM   #1
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This is my very first attempt at architecture. Any one have any comments!
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Old 15-02-2004, 03:10 PM   #2
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a difrent view might be more apealing. could be cool, I would work on some textures for it. But for lay out it might be cool, I would need to see a little difrent view. this one is a bit umm well I feel it just dosn't show enufe of what you have there.
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Good start. Now you need to learn texturing and shading, lighting and add some trees and it'll look really cool. Can u crank up the anti-aliasing some?
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Thanks for the comments.
It's pretty simple. I guess it really could use a lot more detail.

I would like to show you another view . How would I post it without starting another thread?

I will try to do what you all suggested.
Where do I " crank up the anti-aliasing"?
In the render globals settings-
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getting there keep it up!
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use the post reply button down close to the bottem buy the quick reply. you can add the file there how you did when you made the thread.
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Thanks for the tip.
here is some from far away.
its simple, so I guess I can add alot of detial still
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