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Old 19-01-2011, 07:49 PM   #1
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Old 19-01-2011, 08:07 PM   #2
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Great work clearairstudios is that a displacement you have used for the raised lettering............dave
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Really nice work. Superb.
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I agree, it's really sweet looking model. It would be even better to see it in a more realistic environment to match the camera model. Or comp'd into a photo. But Good Job.
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Great work clearairstudios is that a displacement you have used for the raised lettering............dave
The lettering is just a bump map.
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Originally Posted by Perfecto View Post
I agree, it's really sweet looking model. It would be even better to see it in a more realistic environment to match the camera model. Or comp'd into a photo. But Good Job.
I intend to create a scene when time allows, maybe a photographers desk with accompanying paraphernalia.
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Thanks for your kind words of encouragement, it is very much appreciated.
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Looks good mate....had me sucked in I thought it was a Survey robot/GPS...noe the less good effort man! Laying across a motorcycle fuel tank on the seaside sounds good.

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P.S yes I did cream my jocks when I saw Leica....thats all I saw...Leica...LOL
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very hard job mate and nice material.
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Revisited this to tweak the textures.

It's finished now.
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Couldn't resist a final tweak. New HDR and AO pass.

That is it now, it is complete.

Thanks for all comments.
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Nice work mate...really nice indeed.

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Cheers mate, appreciate your comments.

This one this now officially finished, unless I decide to do animate it.

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