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Old 03-11-2006, 12:43 PM   #1
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this is a still from part of my senior thesis that i rendered in about... november of 2001. i know it's kinda old, but i still thought it would be nice to share. all geometry is nurbs, regular old maya software render.



after finding the scene file in an old backup cd i was contemplating reconnecting all my texture files (found those on the cd too, wooooooot!) and basically reanimating my whole senior thesis, although free time is drastically limited <sigh>

so what do you guys think?
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i like it, it looks pretty good. Nice job
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it looks a little clean, but I like it. well done.
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Looks great. Did the soda machine really say fizzo?
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it's just a texture i made in photoshop... we weren't really allowed to use any brand names or music without permission from the respective bands/companies... so i made up my own.
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Aww. I wanted some fizzo...
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