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Old 27-03-2010, 11:43 PM   #31
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you're going fast!

man... if i were to do my room... that'd take SO long...

looks really awesome!

is taht external harddrive a seagate one? looks like the one behind my monitors
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Originally posted by Chirone
you're going fast!

man... if i were to do my room... that'd take SO long...
Yeah, know what you mean. Would take decades for me too.
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Old 28-03-2010, 11:13 PM   #33
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Cheers for the comments people!

I will be having a go at texturing all this once the modelling is done, and I have had the same thoughts on the UV mapping, so am trying not thinking about it too much at the moment.....lol

and Chirone, yep, it is a Seagate one, in black, not the silver.

Had a break from it over the weekend, have got another project piece I want to do some work on tomorrow, but will probably get some more done to this too hopefully.
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Originally posted by Dango77

I will be having a go at texturing all this once the modelling is done, and I have had the same thoughts on the UV mapping, so am trying not thinking about it too much at the moment.....lol
I used to work like that but then every time I got to it I lost interest and want to model something else. What I do now is model and UV then carry on and then paint the textures, just to keep the interest up.

Failing that having a second project on the go also really helps.
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Old 29-03-2010, 11:19 AM   #35
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Yeah, you make a good point Tweety! I would do that usually I think, I have done it that way with the last couple of projects I've done. Just decided to try leaving it this time, hopefully I won't regret it! lol

Luckily I have several projects on the go at once at the moment, so shouldn't get bored, or have time to really!
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Unfortunately I'm going to have to put this project on hold, typical of me I decided in the middle of modelling my room, to move rooms to another! lol!

So I will have to remodel the room part of it once I've got myself settled. More measuring to be done....yay......lol
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