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Old 08-11-2007, 02:56 AM   #1
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Default Helmet & goggles

the helmet and goggles are made in Maya 8 and are all nurbs, from the tutorial on the area, the head is a downloaded head cant remember from where but hey.

the texture of the skin is nothing i couldn't get my sss shader to work so its just a coloured lambert.



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reworked the helmet texture abit.





This one is just for fun

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Aren't the googles and helmet pre-made from one of the Maya books? I have that book and the models. Which part is your own work?
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you could make the goggles more realistic by putting some reflections on it. that would go well with it.
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Default Re: Hmmm...

Originally posted by djknucklez1
Aren't the googles and helmet pre-made from one of the Maya books? I have that book and the models. Which part is your own work?
He said that it was from a tutorial on the Area, maybe the ones in the book are the same as the tutorial since its all autodesk.
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Originally posted by BadG3r
you could make the goggles more realistic by putting some reflections on it. that would go well with it.
i would if my poor pc would render hdris but it cant as my nice amd 64 wont work it just keeps blue screening so i am using a dell p4 with stock intel gfx and 1 gig ram so i can realy render any high quality pics as there is always spots on the render but i guess i could try faking it
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heres the error i am getting with my hdris on this pc



and with a tga file rather then hdri of teh same image.

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misha like them =) but the human looks weird, but some dirt on him to =) make him feel the pain of dirt!
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