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Old 14-09-2007, 01:41 PM   #16
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ok cool, clever putting the stitches where the uv seam is also.
Yeah that was a problem. First I thought it wouldn't look good, but now I think it's allright
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Everything looks good. I don't think his head was that sharp though. Btw will you be putting any manequins in the scene :bandit:
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I think I'll put a dead body like here: http://www.blogging.no/resserver.php...pg&mode=medium in the scene
Sry that I have no progress so far but I have some proeblems with my computer
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Finally my computer works and I can continue with my project

Here's the start on the pyramid-texture. It needs some bump-tweaking and a specualr-map
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