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Old 13-09-2005, 06:05 AM   #1
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Hello every one. I just thought I would post a W.I.P. here. I call it the Hotrod Stage Coach. The Idea came to me in a dream, and I have tried to work on it ever since. This is my first Maya project on my own, and I dont know exactly where to go from here. Any help would be great. I am not very experienced with this stuff yet. any ways let me know what you all think. Any images with different angles and what not just let me know
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Old 13-09-2005, 06:06 AM   #2
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here is another pic of her!! Enjoy
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Old 13-09-2005, 06:16 AM   #3
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one more!:bow:
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Groovy idea and model

You should get some car nut to actually build this as it'd definately pull the crowds in at a car show
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Old 13-09-2005, 08:47 PM   #5
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Hello everyone!! I have been working on the stage coach tonight, and have come up with some new things for it. I need an honest opinion though, with this being my first Maya project, is it where I need to be? should I be more advanced than this, I have only been using Maya for about seven months. Any ways here is the picture let me know if you would like to see more of them.

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just a quick question how do I go about creating a wire frame pic of this model and displaying it on here?

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whitout being in the render view, go to shade option wireframe on shade and then hit print screen on your key board ,export it in photoshop and post it here.
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silly question for you all but after I take the picture of my screen, where does it save the file at?

any help would be apriciated

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when you open an image editing program, just go to edit > paste and it will paste the image you got a screen grab of.

(it goes to the clip board, so you could also search for the program)
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hey every one. I just wanted to thank you all for the help, I have the print screen thing figured out and have come up with an apropriate mesh for you all to view. please let me know what you think, as a graphic artist, comments and critiques are always welcome.

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Very cool concept, and very nicely done!!

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