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Old 20-04-2003, 02:58 AM   #76
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Holy crap these textures are awesome! Keep it up kurt... . Just wanted to say, man.. i have been trying to find a fractal image like that and a ramp shader.. that eye may be easy to make, but its done wonderfully.. wish i had a eye like that in blue for my dino .
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Ah, thanks a lot kurt! This is awesome! I didnt expect that! Wonderful, now i understand how this works.. i was really puzzled . Thanks again .
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Excellent Kurt! Is the bump a map? or did you generate with the tools in maya? Looks real good.
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Old 20-04-2003, 02:15 PM   #79
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That bump was done using maya, you can do the same thing in photoshop...
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just to quote M : holy crap!!!!!

Man this is wicked!! certainly puts my stuff to shame!!!

Kurt when you'r done with this you should send it off to Framestore CFC and see if they'll give you a job!!!

Excellent stuff
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Old 20-04-2003, 03:38 PM   #81
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Thanks pure..... still have a lot to do......

Whats Framestore CFC?
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Whats Framestore CFC?
WHAT!?!?!? lol

framestore CFC are one of the biggest visual effects companies in the world!!! they're based in Soho in london and they did a series called "Walking With Dinosaurs" for the BBC a couple of years ago. It's pretty damn hot stuff!! It's the company I most wanna work for when I graduate! check them out http://www.framestorecf.co.uk they've worked on lodas of stuff Harry Potter etc etc
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thanks mate....... I did see that on TV.. liked it 2=)
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Adding more textures.....
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Hey Kurt... I just read through every post in this thread. Awesome work.


How did you do the uv mapping? Is there any help on that in the Maya libraries? Or some book or tutorial somewhere?
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Craig did a uv map tut on this site... I will show you alot....
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Bah! That tut is for VIPs only .
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thanks mike.......

Nspiratn, there should some exmaples in the maya help yes....
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