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Old 18-03-2004, 03:28 PM   #1
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Hey, I just posted in the rendering forum about needing help rendering out some revolution turns of my vehicle models for my demo reel. Would you be interested? I will send you pics of the models. Its an army transport, mini cooper, audi 3 coupe, and hopefully soon the batmobile. They are all done in Maya 5. In return you get all the quality models and textures for yourself. Everything is hand mapped on a single map. Except for Maya materials.

If your interested please contact me here, post something here, or send an email to powersurge5000@hotmail.com.

I'm trying to pump some serious renders out for a dream job in California making games.

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Old 18-03-2004, 03:42 PM   #2
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why dont you render it yourself?

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Ps. Dont double post please, it's very annoying! I've deleted your other thread.
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Don't have the time or PC's powerful enough, thanks for the help anyway.
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Oh yeah, and by the way I'll try to remember that "double post" thing.
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if you're just doing turntables it shouldnt be that bad. Why dont you just leave it running over night and get it in the morning?
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If your PC can run Maya, surely it can render a few frames... I have a crappy laptop that, with enough time, is capable of rendering pretty much anything.
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unless memory is an issue... maya's renderer tends to crap out on memory quite a lot
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