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Old 29-01-2009, 11:53 AM   #1
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hey guys i've jus finished a view of a skyscrapper... how much do u rate it on 10.... need comments to improve on it
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Old 29-01-2009, 01:40 PM   #2
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COol looking skyscraper man, not too sure aboutthe materials/ textures but the shape is awesome, did ya use a script to get the cool swirls I presume?

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i certainly like the shape - but how far have you taken this? is this a working building? or just a pretty design? it doesn't look very practical. what are the white loops for - what do they do? i'd hate to work on one of the floors where you can't see out the window...
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thanks bendi

arran its jus conceptual one, loops act as a structural support for the building...may be u can make it out of glass to c thru while u work in ur office.. anyways thanks fpr comments
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cool - hope i didn't sound too harsh - i like the design a lot. i'm interested in the line that architects have to find between form and function.
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Old 29-01-2009, 05:09 PM   #6
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wat u say is 100% correct dude.. i completely agree with u....
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I'm personally not too fond of the style, but as far as the modeling goes, it's looking pretty good so far. I look forward to seeing more progress.

Edit: Looking at the proportions, I'm guessing that the green patches of grass are a little too thick in relation to the skyscraper and such.
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