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Old 06-11-2005, 11:41 AM   #1
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Thought I'd have a go at this competition. I decided to do a toy pooltable that I have. Not too complex but it's enough for me.

A picture of what I have so far:
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Old 06-11-2005, 11:51 AM   #2
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hmm nice start !

one more to the competition ... makes me wanna work harder
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Old 06-11-2005, 12:00 PM   #3
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Thanks. I've haven't been to good at finishing my work in the past but now I really got a good feel about this.

Hopefully it'll turn out ok in the end.
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Great to see you join in .

A little comment if you don't mind is that you might find it easier later when texturing ect to make the cushions a seperate piece of geometry.

A good start though ..keep it up.
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jsprogg: Considering my previous attempts at texturing i'll probably do like you said. Yay for simplicity. :attn:

More comments are all welcome. I'll update in an hour or two.
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Final update for today.
Have to add the middle holes and legs etc.
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Image of the entire table.
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Added the middle holes. Gonna move on with the legs now.
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Forgot image and then I couldn't load simplymaya.
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looking good so far keep it up!
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Thanks
I've started on the leg and will post a picture soon.
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great progress, and its shaping up nicely, good luck
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Followed a good rendering tutorial and decided to try it on my pooltable. Still got lots of modelling to do, but I wanted to see what MR can do and it is just amazing.
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nice looks sweet well done.
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Look cool .

Just a suggestion for the green shader. my opinion I would use not reflectivity to the this shader
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