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Old 05-09-2006, 07:29 AM   #1
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I see alot of you render in what I belive is caled clay model. Is it possible to give me an idea how to do that for my models, or point me to a tutorial. It does help when I see the models shown like that.

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actually there is a script that makes clay render (GI_Joe) i think u can get it from www.highend3d.com aswell there is a tutorial at www.3d-palace.com how to configurate GI_Joe etc hope it helps.
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Hey Hippy, it's called GI Joe, there are several tuts and mel script variants available for it. I found this but haven't checked it out yet

http://www.arch.columbia.edu/file/17605/
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Many thanks ce2 and j5ive. I have gotten GI Joe and as soon as I wake up alittle more I will give it a try. I will do a search for tutorials for it. I am getting abit done on my BMW Z4 Car Model and wanted to use the clay render for maybe posting a WIP.

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np btw u should look at www.3d-palace.com they have a greate tutorial about GI_Joe tho u need a registation but its free and its worth it and they have a few outer tutorials of maya and other softwares
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Thanks once again!! I am a member there and will search for it. I have glanced at it and sure seems like the answer.
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