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Old 11-03-2005, 12:49 AM   #1
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Default Fashion Show Stage Modelling -Advice Needed

hey,

trying to model a fashion show stage/set for my cloth project, however im not exactly how to go around doing it, i know its a simple design, but im inexperienced in modelling and not sure whether to go for polygons or nurbs, i require a fair amount of detail, similar this one.

Anyone with any pointers?
thanks in advance!

oh also any tips on how to that kind of lighting? =/
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Old 11-03-2005, 05:10 PM   #2
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it doesnt matter if u use nurbs or polys
u can get the same amount of details for both
and if u use nurbs u can always convert it into polys
i would start with the base of the stage.
modeling the chairs and place them in the right pose .
its really not that hard . just work step by step and model the diffrent objects in ur way ; poly,nurbs or both
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it doesn't look that hard but it never comes out the way i want it tooo... but thanks for your advice!
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