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Old 08-03-2003, 07:07 PM   #1
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lo all havnt been posting for a while but im using maya more again now, this is for a school project. Im making an Art Deco style radio for my deisgn A-Level.

Any comments, i know the tetxuring is pretty basic.
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Old 08-03-2003, 08:04 PM   #2
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I'm not sure what your reference pic is, but shouldn't it have more buttons or details in the surface? Maybe add some texts like 'volume, bass, treble'. Or a little antenna.
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Well, it's pretty good, for an "art deco" style....especially if the style is more abstract.

If it supposed to represent a functional radio, then you would need a few more dials and a station tuner.

Looks good though....I like the design alot.
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i actually have to make this out of real wood!!

so yeh its jsut a design of mine, th eprojetc is to make a radio in the style of art deco. Those knobs are enough, one is on/off+volume and the other is tuning. Just wanted to get some feedback on the model/setup etc...

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Lemmy, great start.. and i like how you are presenting it . Just with those sterios.. how it used to be was the wood was much thinner... also you may want to texture the black, to give it a bit of a grey look and bump for the foam. And yes, a few more knobs and you will be laughin...

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there is a kinda grid texture on the speaker but its not showing up to well. There is a bump map, i might increase the depth a bit.
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