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Old 16-01-2006, 12:12 AM   #16
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As far as I know there has only ever been 1 reference for the haunted house tutorial. I'll check with Kurt.
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Perhaps there is only one available, but he uses two in the tutorial. The second reference image is a more detailed rendering of the scene and he goes through setting up the second reference in #4.
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Originally posted by rberchin
Perhaps there is only one available, but he uses two in the tutorial. The second reference image is a more detailed rendering of the scene and he goes through setting up the second reference in #4.
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Here are all some more pictures a grey one and all the uv maps i used.
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im on part 2 of this tutorial i dont know what i did but when i try to move up or down with move tool it moves sometimes i see in the animation timeline its shaded a little it is this the cause of the problem what can i do?
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