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Old 22-05-2006, 06:42 PM   #1
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Default ipod nano

i started this one yesterday and im pretty happy with the result.some things are wrong like the writting, and all the play button are done by hand.

hope you like it...C&C are welcome as always.
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very cool, i got a question for ya. how did you get that black to look reflective like that. ive been trying to figure it out for flooring and a computer monitor im doing. are you using the phong shader?
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yhea im using a phong shader but you could use a blinn material or any other material that can reflect.
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i have phong assigned ont he floor, and computer but this is what i get >.<.

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are you sure you have assigned a phong material to these objects.other than tht, i dont know why, try moving the light.

could you remove that picture from my post please...
if you need tips, you should post it on maya basics and newbie.
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Old 23-05-2006, 01:41 AM   #6
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looks nice overall, only one crit but this might be the angle of the image or the fact that I don't have an ipod nano. It seems very long to me like it is stretched, but maybe i'm just seeing things, I should go to bed.
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i dont know...maybe you are right, i used my ipod nano as my reference so maybe its the camera angle
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Yea, it just doesn't appear to look like a nano. Maybe it's because it's a big closeup.
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