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Old 01-11-2005, 12:40 AM   #1
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Default My first maya model (haunted house)

Thanks to the main man Kurt... For that awsome tut... Here is the finished model for my haunted house....... Poke fun, offer suggestions.... Praise is always welcome.. Thanks. Oh lighting sucks.. i hate it.. I hate it.. I hate it...........
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that's pretty good for a first model...the modeling doesn't look too bad..I would just mainly work a little on the lighting/shadows....again though...great work...keep it up..looking forward to seeing your future works....and have fun
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great efort man i was thinking of buying tis tutorial myself seems like one that has everything u need to become a better all round maya user.!
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please next time resize your images to a suitable size, around 640x480 or host them somewhere else like:
www.imageshack.us

I was feeling nice so I am not goin to delete your images unless it happens again
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I'm sorry about the resolution of the images. I thought being that the "size" of the images were small byte wise it would not effect any ones load times, but i can see the distortion factor coming into play. I will try to re-render the images and edit my original posts. I run my monitors at 1600X1200 so i somtimes forget about others resolutions... Oh and thanks for the comments. I know the lighting and shadow are really, really bad, but I just cant get lighting down. Maybe i should get the light tut.

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yeah if u wanna b good a suggest buying as many vids as poss. seems way the best way to learn.
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