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Old 28-07-2007, 03:17 AM   #1
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I had some spare time, so I modeled a little beach.
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you should show us the wire frame so we know how it is structured?? softbodies?? paint effects??

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Some crits:

Clouds are not that low
The lighting doesn't reflect the position of the sun
The water looks self-illuminated

Otherwise keep it up
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the clouds look high enough for me but the horizon comes way too early remember- its always 23 miles away so just try to make it look like that
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The clouds are high enough? There are clouds BELOW the horizon.....
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beach ball is too big
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Originally posted by DJbLAZER
The clouds are high enough? There are clouds BELOW the horizon.....
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no thats why im saying to push out the horizon trust me itll look normal if you do
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cool little exotic beach,

crits are same as DJ's pretty much,

The lighting doesn't reflect the position of the sun.
The water looks self-illuminated.

As for the clouds i reckon you could just try remove that buttom left cloud which is making it look really wierd i reckon and with abit of better lighting i reckon it could be a stunner

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