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Old 03-08-2007, 09:59 PM   #1
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Hi, I'm a newb with maya. Worked my way through the tuts provided with maya and some on the net so this is my first project I made, wich was intended as just a simple bar for my background became a 2 week obsession.
I know its baggy but I was trying out the stuff I learned.
I own maya for about a month a half now and I want to become better at it.
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the stone and flooring look like textures in artlantis....
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Yeah, I know, today I discovered the magic of UV Mapping
Taking it one stap a time
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Yeah, I know, today I discovered the magic of UV Mapping
Taking it one stap a time
That's hard stuff to learn, but worthy of knowing... Good work so far! Keep working on your realism and you'll be fabulous someday!

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Allee zuiderbuur, ziet er goed uit voor een eerste project.
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Also, should it spell "Murder" in the mirror, instead of Redrum? since if its on the door as Redrum, reversed it would be murder, unless you purt murder on the door and had it reversed which wouldnt make much sense!? im not sure, just wondering!
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Looks pretty good
it's just a bit dark, and if it is meant to be that dark, you could have made the stools a bit less shiny
maar zoals ik al gezegd had, goed werk
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Nice stuff considering your pretty new to maya!
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