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Old 13-12-2002, 01:21 AM   #1
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Cool Old Gas Pump

I saw an old advertisment of Electric Image form 1995 which had a similar pump and decided I wanted one, too !


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Old 13-12-2002, 09:37 AM   #2
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It looks very nice!
The chrome material looks great. I wonder, how is the chrome material made?

Oh, and you should increase the tesselation for the individual objects by opening the attribute editor Ctrl+A, look under tesselation. You can also klick an option there too see how the objects are tesselated into triangles. Then you get those round edges in your project.

Increasing tesselation for U and/OR V, from default 1.5 to 3, or 4, 5 or 6 will give major improvements.
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The chrome material looks great. I wonder, how is the chrome material made? [/b][/quote]

I used the Chrome from the A|W website

but I removed the reflection map and added a simple one I created.


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