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Old 13-11-2002, 08:59 PM   #1
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Default Not quite photo real Legos...

Legos imported into Maya from Leo Cad, Lighting and rendered in Maya, trying to go for photo real, but I can't use raytracing because it uses up tp muc memory even at 640x480. it uses over 1.7 gig of ram to render with raytracing, I only have 1.5 So, no reflections. I don't know. I didn't use photoshop or Aftereffects to touch it up, strait out of Maya. Let me know what you think,
It has about 400,xxx faces. THanks,
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sorry about the crappy jpg compression, doesn' t seem like it likes red
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Old 13-11-2002, 09:18 PM   #3
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Well, here it is in orange to, but I think in both of these i over did it on the DOF. Oh well
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This should have been in the toyshop team project a while back
Looks good. Maybe set the dof somewhere in between of the two images?
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Thanks for the reply, but what is
"toyshop team project a while back" ?
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There is a board called "Team Projects" in here and a while back there was a project where everybody created a toy to put in a toy store. Darkon designed most of the setting I think. (where is he anyway?)
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his here and there m8.. lol

nice work brian.. :p
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If they're not photo-real, they're damn near it. Really nice.
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Sweet if you get change upload um to the gallery would love to see it in there i LOVE lego

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Hello, I have been wanting to put some stuff in the gallery, but for some reason, I can't upload pics into the gallery, it says thanks for uploading or whatever, but then it still says I have 0 pics in gallery and 0 pics waitiing to be authorized. Any ideas?
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Originally posted by brian_ellebracht
Hello, I have been wanting to put some stuff in the gallery, but for some reason, I can't upload pics into the gallery, it says thanks for uploading or whatever, but then it still says I have 0 pics in gallery and 0 pics waitiing to be authorized. Any ideas?
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It was fixed in the last couple of days try again it should all be working fine now sorry about that

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OH cool. Thanks, I will try it out later on today. THanks alot, I haven't tried in for a couple of weeks.
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