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Old 08-11-2005, 12:27 PM   #1
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I think i have an idea for this competition.
im thinking of modeling my guitar amplifier.
the great "peavey classic 30"
and then perhaps model an enviroment that it will fit right into.

this is a going to be fun because im new in 3d modeling and it will be a challange for my self.

there will be more pictures on the amp later on. =)


here is another picture:
http://www.aofsound.fi/myyntitili/peavey-05-01-28.jpg
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Old 09-11-2005, 04:22 PM   #2
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cool choice good luck !!!!!!
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Old 09-11-2005, 08:36 PM   #3
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ok, this is my start. I going to remove some edges later on
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good start - u making this withs polys? and making 1 half and duplicate scale -1 for other half to do the case?
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pbman, thats right.
im going to convert it to subds later on or smooth it.

this is my logo reference

http://www.elderly.com/new_instrumen.../C410_logo.jpg
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oh, almost forgot my latest update
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nice addition of detail
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Did you convert it to subd's or smooth it?
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Umm... could you possibly add shadows to your light for your renders? Great model so far, I'm loven it
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thanks MattTheMan, i will add shadows,
to bad that i dont know how to do it good in metalray.. when i try, i get some really low quality shadows.
anyway. hers a try to model the buttons
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I don't think you're a noob, cuz your modeling is very good
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