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Old 04-06-2004, 12:55 PM   #1
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My second nurbs attempt, The "Model" is in the d/l section.
I am very new to cg --3 months new---, so go easy...
(And this is my first ever ever thead/post - wow)
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where's my picture at ?, i should have stuck to using a toaster...
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hmm try uploading it again...

but welcome dude! hope to catch you soon on the forums
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did i do it - did i do it.
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Angry is it there yet?

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hmm perhaps once was enough
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Very nice car! Good job!
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Hey Murph

Nice car, how come its blurred though? Lo Res Image??
Why did you model it in nurbs? The reason I ask is because its a very square and angular car, personally I would have chosen poly,
but hey its a preference thing after all.

Well done Dude anyway!!!


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hey Jango,

thanx m8

um... er... dunno, to the bluring. (i think i clicked the 2d blur)
And i can only "Nurb" at the moment - i dont know how to poly.
---I'm a bad person ---

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Hey Murph

if you can Nurb then polys are easy!!!! I'm a sub-D man myself


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I have had a go, but.. i .. just can't quite do it... them's poly's are triksy,

As for sub-d's - I like Mc'y D's - LOL

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Nice looking car!!! Great job!
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Thanx

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Hey Murph

I'll make mine Mc-SubbyD with cheese then!!


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