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Old 09-03-2006, 12:13 PM   #1
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Hello there,

My youngest daughter kept on handing me this toy while I was trying to do some work so I modeled it and she smiled. It's the little things that make you happy!!

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Nice. But one more smoothing and higher res texture would be even nicer.
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Cheers DJbLAZER,

here's the new improved Webster! I re-made the tex map for the body at 1024 x 1024, smoothed the antennae (which I was meant to do before but forgot!!) and set the subdivisions of the body sphere to 30 instead of 20.

Take it easy,

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very good looking plastic there mate.
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Cheers Magicsy.
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Ha ha! Excellent work mat!
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Like your daughter it brought a smile to my face too.
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Originally posted by BMS
Like your daughter it brought a smile to my face too.
Same here, nice original idea!
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Nice work

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