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Old 06-12-2002, 09:32 PM   #1
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Hello. check out my wip for more info. I have been working on this about 8 hrs, and I am done for now, so here it is. Let me know what you think.
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hey thats really good..... did you use nurbs or polygons?
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Did you post edit that pic to put the background in?
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Did you post edit that pic to put the background in?
nope he did not. he used one renderpass and dof. see the wip section.
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Speedy is now no more. :mingun: lol. I was speedy for a while, I was having an identity crisis! No, but now my original username is back, brian_ellebracht, so I am going to use that from now on.
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really good... you might want to make a tuorial on that tire thread..
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