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Old 29-06-2008, 08:06 AM   #1
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Hi,

got one month at uni now to put my project together and get all the writing done, so trying to get my models finished up and lit.

Here's the m4 I made a while back, textured and lit, though it still needs work.

Just lit by two area lights (main and fill), with an extra spot light outputting only a soft blue specular highlight into the scene, and there is an image dome to create reflections on the reflective parts.

Crits and comments welcome.

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thats a bit dark for me, but i have a crap monitor :p
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Yeah, Joopsongs right.
Can you add a little more light please?
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Ok,

here's a couple more, with the light intensity increased and the background lightened.

Hope these are more to your liking!

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PS just noticed that I've forgotten to turn on the sphere for the, though only a couple of parts are reflective.
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