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Old 01-02-2008, 10:27 AM   #1
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Default Commodore Amiga Mouse

Here's my latest finished work. It's the mouse that came with Commodore Amigas. I've added some dirt and made the plastic yellowish since it usually yellow over time. Modelled in Maya and rendered in Maxwell.

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wow the shading on this is amazing i like it a lot keep up the good work 5 stars
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Jeez, Andreas, you need to do some tuts soon!
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looks amazing. wireframe?
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that's a nice mouse.
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That brings back memory's!
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bloody hell! thats brilliant!
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I'm very glad that you like it

Here's a couple of other shots.
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And here are some wires.
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Cool stuff man!! I especially like the plug part.

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hehe you definitely nailed the collection of dirt around the bottom lip of the edges - that brings back memories

for small improvements to add realism you could give the bit where the chord enters the mouse a little wear. The other bit that could get a little grubby was the grip part of the chord plug (with the c64 bit on).

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Impressive renders, real nice.

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brilliant!
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That's so cool! I've still got my Amiga!! Man I must be old
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hehe, same here BMS, us oldies

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