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Old 04-04-2005, 10:41 PM   #1
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Question A Little Ship

I modles this inabout 12 hours or so. i am quite pleased with it, i hade to start a new textur file over again as i made some mistakes, some in the modle it self, but i am dealing with them. i found the reference at the . it still needs alot of work with the lighting and texturing, something i am not good at, so if you have any opinions or sudgestions i would be happy to take them. my hull is a
with a color file
bump file
Diffuse 0.587
eccenticity 0.53
sprecular rolloff 0.372
Specular color file
reflectivity 0

i am trying to recreate a magneseum star trek look, old, dirty, WWII influenses
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i like it. doing a great job on the textureing i think. good detail on the surface of the ship.
There's nothing normal about normals. In FACT i think the are abnormal.
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