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Old 26-09-2003, 07:51 AM   #91
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Cheers for the help guy's .... I will wait until I finish work, then throw myself into getting it textured somehow...
Trouble is, there are tut's on the net for metal textures, but all the ones I see are for 'brushed aluminium' or other 'pretty' type metals... Not the grungy walkways I require.
Thanks for your comments 'M' I have now cut the offending pointed roof out, but don't really understand what you mean by the 'Overhang?' of the passages...(tubes) I will post another pic soon so you can see..

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OK - I have gone away to learn Texturing, Err and Modelling -!
Be back soon... I hope....

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