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Old 20-12-2010, 04:24 PM   #1
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Started work on an Audi A4 for a secret project... Only spent like an hour and a half on it and haven;t slept in recent geological time.

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Old 20-12-2010, 04:47 PM   #2
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not much to go on looks clean though
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Yeh I know, I'll try to get a wire up when I get a little more done though, haven't slept in a few days though, so I fear that if I open Maya now I'll break it

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EDIT: Decided to give it a whirl and managed to not screw it all up, so here's the wire

Oh also, anyone happen to know anything about the poly crease tool? I have to keep this smooth as hell and preferably under 120k tris... And I've seen a ton of models on here (that recent Enzo for example) which seem to do so with ease... I'm guessing with the crease tool? But I keep getting weird results
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Have done a bit more. Crits?

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Did a little more today, let me know what youz think :3

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Looks ok mate...ummm you know sleep is required? LOL dig the clay colour...maybe a smidge dark...and they use red clay too. You have an unnatural affection for cars bahahaha...

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Old 28-12-2010, 06:57 PM   #7
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Sleep is for the weal mate

I was just messing around trying to recreate younglion's clay colour, didn't go too well haha. And the secret project I'm working on requires about 498592837 cars, so there's a ton more to come
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hmmmm i thought young's clay was just a simple mi car paint shader with a few modifications on flake color and reflectivity
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I cant remember murambi...you could be right. F**k me thats a lot of cars...you had better get a wriggle on...consider me weak then mate LOL...when you walk all day in the hot sun you get tired...

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No idea about young's setup, but I know his way of rendering (even clays) is too much work for me...

I may have exaggerated a teeeeeeny bit on that number But you get the idea.
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bahahaha I know mate....I would like to see you even try it LOL

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Haha, I can't even finish one car before getting bored and starting another, let alone that amount
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you sound like me...I must have 40 models on the go...get bored start another LOL not good practice...
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