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Old 05-01-2004, 08:08 PM   #1
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Smile future apartment

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I have decided to show my first scene as I work on it. I have a lot to go (city outside of the dome windows, props, textures, etc..) but I will get there. The hard part is making my imagination reality.

It is definitely a work in progress, and my first 3d scene.
I have been so inspired by this site, and educated I might add!

I hope you enjoy the progression. Any comments are welcome. I am now in my third month of Maya!
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Looks quite cool . You seem not to make this 'mistake' with future things, but try see things that we have in houses now, only with a different shape that makes sense. Ooow I can't stand those 'houses of the future' with superweird shapes, an overdosis of light , weird infunctionable gizmo's that don't work and with a home cinema set in the bathroom, with a guy standing next to it saying: This is how we are probarebly going to live in 2030. Don't they see that only usefull stuff wil come on the market... .
Aight, that was my protest against those idiotic firms who claim they know what will be hot in the future :p. It's looking great though :p :bgreen:
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Here is the start of an elevated dining area in the apartment. I need to rebuild the table in nurbs tonight of course....
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Old 07-01-2004, 01:34 PM   #4
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I cant decide if it looks futuristic or new-wave-retro-70s!
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I buy that I will be adding some interesting, large-icon based control panels that should help convey the difference, if there is one between the 70's and Space.
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Well, here is the beginning of the interactive table. Each button has a unique control for the apartment. This is rough, but I am still working on it
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