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Old 08-08-2008, 03:54 AM   #1
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this will be slow going between college and other projects

its the tut here at SM.., Tajmahal
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Looks good from here, can't see any of the details though.
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hi there, no details yet.., im still watching the tut.., trying to fit it in between too many things.

ive started at least 4 times and everytime i .., 'start again.'

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I am going to be watching this ..nothing to say right now as it's just image planes.
Goodluck with it and hope you learn something.
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thanks, im sure i will.., but how much can a kola bare.., it will be slow.., have a few projects, sound, acting, compositing at TAFE and a life , but couldnt resist this one

this one is for me though, if you know what i mean..
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so you guys and gals know im on the job.., despite the time limits.., here is.., err.., a start..., at least i did the bevel!!!

btw.., this is a great tut
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lecture sick today

so had some time
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and this s the end of it for today.., im afraid i may have not extended the panels enough???
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Looks fine to me, what do you mean by you didn't extend the panels enough? : s
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the inside panels.., fine detail.., i tried to use lighting to show it up.., you reckon its OK??
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Yeah its looks fine, lol thats why I was confused at first. :p
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mirek the panels are fine,once the scene is complete and lit properly they will show up ok and from a distance you only really need an indication anyway because the brain takes over.
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OK i hear yu. i was so up close.., it looked fine from a few inches away LOL.

yea, im learning a lot its an incredible building and one of new passions is architecture.

btw, i got another nomination for sound design (film).., found out a few hours ago.., if you count the end of year uni.., thats three nominations, one win, one no win, and one yet to be decided.., there was 800 entries in this last one.., wow.., i thought.., 'probably 15 people entered' but the director told me 800. be great to win, but all the same, its a sort of proud moment.
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mr, sprogg.., why do i get the feeling you have done this model before

whoever it is doing the tut sounds a hell of a nice guy.

anyway.., i did this quick this morning.., have to pick my father up from hospital today and take care of him for a few days so i will be doing this on the laptop at his place.
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It's coming along very nicely, although I would check the amount of curve on the diagonal wall archways, as it looks like they should curve in even more viewing it from what you have posted.
Oh btw yes I have made this a few times because i made the tutorial.
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