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Old 24-02-2004, 09:35 PM   #1
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Any critism helps, btw, id like to figure out how to import a JPG image (or any other image type) as a shader. That way I can create a sky and wat not. Thx!
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Looking nice, some curvetures would be nice .
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Looks like it be used for a game type thing. Mainly because of the backround/scenery. It looks like something Id see in a airplane sim.
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I think some curvetures would be nice too, and some more detail.
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