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Old 23-12-2003, 11:01 PM   #1
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Angry Some one told me to model sth Real...



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I think it looks cool. but let me get this strait.. thats your 3d model ?? and I don't understand what you were trying to say about someone told you to model that real.
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I think it looks pretty spiffy. No ****ing idea what it says, but spiffy
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Old 24-12-2003, 08:06 AM   #4
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Yes Pony thats my model made with box modelling with maya smoothed and inside was boolean subtracted to get realistic refractions. Textures; fairly simple wee made with Photoshop and mental ray FG renderer was used.

About what do i mean with someone told me to model sth real:

I e-mailed my cv to a post production studio not to get a job but to see an example of a man not getting a job... Then i received an e-mail them telling me to see realist pieces... So even if u can model dinasours or spaceships at a topnotch quality, and living in istanbul then it means you will also have to have a work that is actually in the market...
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ide say it looks okay. but the top left corner of the bottle seems weird. And the cap on the top seems to have really hard edges.
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