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Old 29-08-2003, 08:18 PM   #46
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That's how fridge looked like from the back?!(Look of shock)

One way to make the puddle is to create a poly sphere, turn it into a smooth proxy, than flattening it down to the floor, tweak it, then apply your wonderful texture. I think.
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Old 29-08-2003, 08:38 PM   #47
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Hmmm Better hit F1 on that 1...But I kinda understand, will give it a go...
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Oh yeah, and can someone tell me how to fill a container with a fluid? (Container is revoled if that helps)....

Plus still need coily Cord and a mesh/grate...If someone has the know-how..?

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Old 29-08-2003, 11:46 PM   #48
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If you still have the revolved container's original curve, duplicate one and size it down, and revolve the second curve, it should fit your container well. I gave the fluid the same texture I gave glass (some color and play with transparency), that's the only way I know how :-).

Cord has something to do with twist deformer, but I was also defeated by that one, even F1 didn't help. :-(
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I should really have explained my container, it's kind of like one of those cheapo 'Washing up bowls' you put in the sink? I don't know if you have similar bowls in Canada..?
Kind of a squat shaped bucket, so the liquid will be viewed from the top only, as it's not transparent.
So I don't think that method will work (Or maybe I have it wrong?)

Hmm maybe if i just make a sheet of glass? Hmmm.... will give it a go...
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Old 31-08-2003, 11:42 PM   #50
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Default Thanks for having me.. (hmmm) lol I better not...

Thanks all .... I really enjoyed that and learned so much !

Good luck to all who entered the competition............


And even double luck to those that have renders in the Final.
I'm really glad I don't have to choose the winner cos they are all soooo mighty fine/good AND completely different .... Nice 1 guys...

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B.T.W. If you will still have me (Scraggy tries to look 'cute' ) I will try next months. challenge..


" I DO DO Cute" (well allright a creepy sorta "doggy" grin sometimes)
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