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Old 12-04-2006, 08:56 PM   #1
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i haven't done anything for a long time due to university problems lol. so i thought i might do an outside scene.
first time i've done anything like this but i thought it might be fun.
its based on the stereotypical american house and what comes out of my head lol
i have know idea how to light this realistically so any help would be much appreciatted.for now i use the clay render just to see if it looks ok.

C&Cs are very welcome.
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Old 12-04-2006, 09:44 PM   #2
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looks good. although the stereotypical american house that I grew up in had more of a roof over the whole thing. I'm just messin with you. It looks like a really good start. naturally needs some sttention in certain areas which I'm sure your well aware of and will address when you go to add more parts. a little hard to actually critique it right now until you actually have more of the house. But it looks like a really good start. I can't wait to see the result.
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Its a good start, as Brentley Davis has stated already, do some more as its not all there right now.

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cheers thanks for the nice comments.
i dont think im gonna do the entire house just this portion but i can see how it goes, it will have a roof eventually.be a bit strange if it didnt.lol
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how about some updates spakooggie
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nice start - haven't done anything like this, so I'll be keeping an eye on this one.
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sorry for the lack of updates been busy with uni stuff.and my computer went mad on me so i had to sort it out lol.
should have some more updates 2nyt.
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