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Old 03-04-2003, 11:04 PM   #1
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hey everyone, i dont really like to post my work cos i feel a bit stupid up against ppl like brian and mike, but ive been working on this redesign for the renaissance center (www.rcenter.org) and was wondering what you guys thing about it?

the reason i didnt boolean out the windows and put in actual glass textured planes was because of time, i didnt have the time to do that so i used a texture instead, which works ok cos in my folder (for my DT project which is what this is for) i used those textures so it all links in
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hey everyone, i dont really like to post my work cos i feel a bit stupid up against ppl like brian and mike
Hey sissy!:mingun: You should know better, now stop the bull and keep on showing us some more views.

-by the way, looks cool to me-
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It looks cool and I love the texture...
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ooo shiny.... and smooth.

i like it.
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the textures look too flat.. apart from that..i really like it


hm.. why dont you just model em window panes??
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like i said, i dnt have time
one reason i wanted to use textures instead of actually modelling it is cos i hand drew a picture of the building using those textures if u get what i mean, so i kept the theme so this just looks like a digitized version of what i drew
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Originally posted by Nem
one reason i wanted to use textures instead of actually modelling it is cos i hand drew a picture of the building using those textures if u get what i mean, so i kept the theme so this just looks like a digitized version of what i drew
Lol, that sounds like a whole bunch of malarkey
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wow you're redesigning the center?
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im not really redesigning the thing, be cool if they asked me to tho but this is for my school graphics project, i thought id use maya to give it sum oompf
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