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Old 27-07-2004, 07:43 AM   #1
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Made again a weapon. Don't eaven remember how much I have made them. I think this is the best what I have done. It took about 3-4 hours to get to this point. I wanted to make a simple scene where I can practice rendering and texturing.
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Old 27-07-2004, 06:23 PM   #2
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heeeej reimo! whzzzp dude! nice lookin scene you got here...what did you use? nurbs or polys ?

If your're nog thinking of texturing the guns or have some time left than try to play with the lights more....you can make it a lot more interesting...
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nice work...could we see a wire of it....correct me when I'm wrong, but i think the cards are reflecting in the screws of the pistols...but from the angle of view the cards cant reflect in the screws...
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Pos the cards are sitting higher than the weapons, how bout turning on some shadows as this will add some life to the image.
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Hy. I added shadows and replaced the cards. made the brass knuckles.
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Very cool. The new lighting definately makes the scene look much more dramatic as well as much more interesting. good job.
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ah...nice !
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hey reimo! you see! gives it more karacter!...very nice...keep playing with it
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Old 29-07-2004, 11:24 PM   #9
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Hey. Here's the wire. It isn't the cleanest model but who cares Tomorrow I'am gonna play arond with the lights

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modeling does not get any cleaner. lol, even the cards are high rez but the render does not do it justice! keep working on the light set up.
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sweet, and when it comes to lighting I always use 3 point lighting for all my scenes
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Thanks about all those comments... I was Just reading about 3 point lightning. I have this book "digital lightning&rendering". I used for the first render about 10 lights :S.
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