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Old 16-09-2005, 11:15 AM   #1
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these first 2 pictures I did not model.. I dont know the persons names so I feel bad for posting this but I worked really hard on it.( at my school we get pre modeled scenes that we have to texture and light)






I modeled this and everything.


Just lemme know what you think. Thanks ^_^y
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I'm not too sure about the bridge. The cables don't meet the bars, and the fence posts are not evenly spaced. Nice background though.
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Old 17-09-2005, 01:30 AM   #3
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I never had enough time to tweak the bridge ...but who ever has enough time lol thanks for input.
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It looks nice i love the second one. keep up the good work
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the last picture is interesting but the lightning is bad , very bad.
I wouldn't blame u , cuz its a pretty big scene.
Big scenes are pretty hard to lighten up.


The last scene has potential , try adding some birds to the scene to make it look interesting.

cars bicycles. make it look interesting by adding alot of details.

that will surely compensate a lot.
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