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Old 30-04-2007, 08:05 AM   #1
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haha, i decided to do that weird cylinder shape ^_^

started tha UV's
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have any idea what the shape will be? Looking forward to it.
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actually, i did but it came out bad, hahaha...
heres the render of that first bad idea, its some kind of alien device... probably a guns clip type thing... idk

ill get a better developed idea though, soon.
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Don't forget, you can modify the shape, so if you want to have a glass container, you can put in an interior and stuff
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*Fruitlessly pokes at the screen in an attempt to pop the bubbles* ^_^

Kidding...If you duplicated the geometry, and (uniformally) scaled it down slightly, you could have the "exterior" geometry have a semi-transparent, reflective and/or glossy surface that could act as glass, and the interior could be the "contents" of the tube; whatever goo or fluid is kept inside.

It's up to you; just throwing an idea out there
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well, thats the easy way,


i wanna keep the model as its original shape, and not add polys to the scene. (except maybe environment)

lol, anyway, thanks for the comments
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