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Old 04-07-2008, 07:48 PM   #1
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Default [Tutorial] How to model and texture a pencil.

Hello,

This is a tutorial i've made in a few hours to show you guys how to model a simple pencil and texture it.
Requirements are Maya and any version of photoshop.
It was made for beginners.

And yes I know the pencil point is a bit thick
Also, I misspelled the name of the render image so it's not showing up in the html file. It's in the folder though.
I hope you guys enjoy!

Download the attachment to begin

EDIT: attachment is not showing up so download Here

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Old 05-07-2008, 08:33 AM   #2
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nice job

all i can say atm is that you should name your page index.html or avoid non-alphanumeric characters (other than space, . , - , and _)

usually you name it index and that's the default page that browsers go to (and the one people should be looking for if you get something like this folder)
or if you do send your webpage to people and it doesn't have an index.html page then say so in a readme.txt

sorry, i should be commenting on your tutorial more than your file structure...
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Old 05-07-2008, 09:15 AM   #3
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Thank you.

About the structure:
I know it has to be called index.html, but since it's not online it wouldn't make any difference. I think I will upload it somewhere soon.

And btw,
Which non-alphanumeric characters do you mean? I thought I only used space, comma and dot.
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the index.html file is called Start%20Here!.html

there's a "!" in there
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Ah, I didn't notice that one

Thanks m8. I'll bring up the web version soon
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