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Old 09-12-2005, 03:43 AM   #1
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My final tutorial.The Mad Scientist.Since i have started do these tutorials my confidence and knowledge has started to increase ,I am very happy with the results.I`m starting to look into some more of my own ideas.I have tons of old artwork laying around I`m going to start to incorporate them into 3D.
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Heres a render...
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i added my own personal pictures to the walls for a little fun
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I started to texture the scene with my own ideas.I will then do it off the dvd and see the differences....
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Great work.... im really happy to see you trying your own ideas out as you practise its still one of thebest ways of learning.


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Thanks Kurt.I just have to learn how to shrink the bitmap the rock wall is just alittle to large for my liking.
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