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Old 29-12-2002, 07:05 PM   #1
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Default Macross and valkyrie

Here is the end product of the Macross and Valkyrie models I did.

C&C most welcome

Have a happy new year! :banana:
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Old 29-12-2002, 07:48 PM   #2
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nice mate, might wanna bump the surface a touch just to give it more of an "in use" ship, looks a little to smooth in places. Also maybe a little glow behind the other ships

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Thank's Kev. Problem is though is that I'm not sure what I should map to the surface. I was thinking a solid Fractal but I think that would make it look too pitted a beat up. Any suggestions?
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How about a bump map with a few suttle bumps and scratches.:p
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Thanks 3dJoe and Kevin for your advice. I used a brownian bump map and futzed with it a little. It looks better. I'll try and post it here shortly.
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Okay I gave the Valk's a little more flame and I added the brownian map so it doesn't look so smooth. Thanks for your advice guys.
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Sorry I hit the button twice...
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YUP that is it Great job:banana:
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a lot better mate...a lot better! good job and good to see a man take advice and use it well!!

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