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Old 06-08-2003, 04:29 PM   #16
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cool man....everything is looking awesome!!
how did you model that candlestick...is it a nonlinear deformer?
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Old 06-08-2003, 04:31 PM   #17
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Thats a nice Jacobs Ladder you've got there, how did you make the electrical arc there?
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Yea, quite a few deformers actually.
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how are these for some vents. They are far from done, but they look alright.

I am using maya unlimited, so the electric arcs are just lightning effects.
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I just started on the actual lab. The glow on the lights is too much, and Im also going to give them covers and have them hung from the ceiling a little bit.
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cool....i like the floor texture
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Thanks man.
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Looking good there! I really like the design of the thing with the dials!

I think the floor might be tad too shiny. To make the edges of your dials and workbench more smooth have you tried upping the divisions in the primitives?
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Yea, I will fix the bench. I have already smoothed the dials. I didnt think it necessary to post a pic. Im through working on this for today I think.
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Ok, I think Im out for this month. I regretfully lost interest in my lab, and I want to pursue something else. Sorry guys.
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