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Old 23-09-2002, 05:03 PM   #1
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This is my room, at least a part of it.. Nothing special, just for training purposes.. Please tell me what you think of it.

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Old 23-09-2002, 05:11 PM   #2
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what i think ey... hmmmm... place the tower on the right side like i have.. LOL jk :p
nice goin' m8..
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Old 23-09-2002, 05:23 PM   #3
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nice...lovely detail, just missing the empty crisp packs and coke tins

looks good, now go and add it to our gallery
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that's a pretty nifty mouse contraption. Can't say i've seen one like that before.

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Old 23-09-2002, 05:31 PM   #5
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Thanx guys!

just missing the empty crisp packs and coke tins
Well, I didn't want to give you the (actually right )impression of me as a all-the-time-crisps-eating ans coke-drinking 3d-hobby-artist

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Old 23-09-2002, 05:36 PM   #6
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that's a pretty nifty mouse contraption
.. well, it's a standard ifeel-mouse from Logitech Maybe it looks a LITTLE bit different in reality.. But I think one can recognize it as the L ifeel-mouse...

BTW: I've animated even a flythrough through my tower Through the cooler and a cpu-flyby and so on...
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Would be cool if you added a view of the render on the monitor.. you know like a render within a render. etc.. etc.....
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The "mouse contraption" I was refering to was the mouse pad hanging on to the desk by the clip. heh heh. Haven't seen that before.
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Ah... Well, my room is very small, so I had to improvise a little to save space.. At first I had a small mouse-pad next to my Monitor, but it was very uncomfortable to use it as you can imagine, so I bough such a futuristic clip-mouse-pad..

And, yes, I could use the rendered image for the screen in my scene, that would be funny. I thought about that possibility, too. Perhaps I'll do so sometime.

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Or put the wireframe of the scene onto the screen....would also be great...a picture in the picture...some sort of thing


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good going dude... for your first project its good.. i mean awesome
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Markuz,

I liked it a lot. Nice Man.

Just one thing. I dídn't like the camera angle. It's trick. look at the shadows and you will see what I mean. You right on track. Keep it up.
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