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Old 18-12-2006, 07:29 PM   #1
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hey guys, ived been bored lately because im having a break from modeling heads... lol but ill get back into that soon, soo ived started on something much easier to get rid of all the stress ived had lately soo ived started to create the capitolio building in havana. ived strarted the top part already which took me a couple of hours suprisingly.

hope you like it, crits and commets most welcome. please dont be shy to reply and give a comment =] cheers guys&girls, marlon





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Old 18-12-2006, 08:08 PM   #2
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thats good, i like the detail already:bow:
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yeah, nice work marlon - that's looking really cool so far. Are you working from blueprints? This should be a cool project.
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Old 19-12-2006, 04:56 AM   #4
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@acid - thanks acid, im gonna try to make the detail my best priority.

@arran - thanks arran ermm i coudnt really get the actual blueprints of the place, ehehe... but ived got about 20 pictures of capitolio building from different angles and all round it. soo ived kind of created a 3d image in my head of the place itself yeah hopefully this should be a cool project and i cant wait to finish it.

thanks for the comment again guys, keep em rollin' :p
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Old 19-12-2006, 09:10 AM   #5
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hey guys, sorry that i havnt been posted anything today. i have spent all day trying to work out how to do the bottum bit of the building but have encounted so many problems. but i have now figured them all and no where i should start etc, so i will be posting some more progress tomorrow in the afternoon, thanks

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Old 19-12-2006, 07:19 PM   #6
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Looking good. Only crit I have is that the dome looks a little elongated.
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Old 20-12-2006, 06:59 AM   #7
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thanks for the reply dutch, yeah the dome is abit too long/streched in y axis.. i will fix that up on the weekend

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hey guys, heres a quick update of what i have done on the bottum floor. i will be posting some later on tonight of the 2nd level neally finished

the rendered pictures are just the windows which i have done, i will do the steps and all the other little features when i finish the windows on the first and second floor.




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Old 20-12-2006, 09:22 AM   #9
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Looking good so far man, Keep it up, this should be good when finished (and a good model to blow up if you ever felt the need to!! LOL)
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Looking good so far man, Keep it up, this should be good when finished (and a good model to blow up if you ever felt the need to!! LOL)
thanks gster, yeah hopefully it will be good when i finish it lol.. hahaha i should try that, after i finish the model, i should try and learn how to explode things by learning dynamics and particles etc. thanks for the tip lol

heres some updates of the building, wanted to post them couple of hours ago but my net went down.. ived neally finished the 2nd level at the front. it dosnt really look like it yet but after the texturing and that, i hope sure it will look good, cheers guys .. marlon




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hey guys, sorry havnt been updating atm... been busy and christmas etc but i got to do some little updates in the morning just before i head of to south australia for a couple of nights. enjoy ...

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looking good marlo.
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thanks for the comment minstrel

well im back at home and been working on it slowly here are some new updates of the back ... thanks for the comments guys, keep em coming marlon

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