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Old 24-01-2003, 12:03 PM   #1
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Creating the door from monsters inc had to get away from the vikings thing and i saw this movie again yesterday soo good
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Old 24-01-2003, 02:04 PM   #2
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Man, that looks really nice! Very good proportions (I think, if I can remember correctly) Now you just need to work on the textures. THe only other thing that I sugest is adding the inset panels on the door. If that makes sense. Can't wait to see more,
P.s., you are working on this and a challenge this Month? Crazy.
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P.s. The only other thing That I think you could do that would ad to its believeability, (if thats a real word) would be to bevel the hard edges on the frame and stuff. Not alot, just enough to make the edge not so hard. I try to bevel just about everything, that way you get a nice soft edge, and then you can smooth it for your final render, and it will still keep the edges. Just a sugestion,
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i know but i had to get me mind off the challenge so i in me school holis so i doing other things want to model 1st then i'll texture thanks for comments
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what your not going to finish this no.... =(
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check me website under galery for a partial textured 1
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