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Old 09-10-2008, 03:09 AM   #1
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Hi all, here was a new one of my supermarket. keep up!
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Lets see a wire please dude, there are a few techniques for doing big buildings that can come in handy. Plonk some basic colour values down on the models and adjust the lighting so we can see the contrast and detail.
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dont know why but i usually get excited over this guys projects they start out basic but usually end up looking magnificent
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nice job lealar - this looks cool.
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Thanks guys and hope you like it. Put in here wire and pic's contrast.
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Its looking good. All that GUI clutter makes my head feel tight but I guess I'm just a weirdo :x What made you decide on a supermarket anyway?
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Originally posted by GecT
What made you decide on a supermarket anyway?
Hi GecT, I really don't know why but I want to decorate my house by myself before, so like the buidings. And had a big expecting to close 3D with the job.

BTW I'm found your some design from cgsociety, so nice work all i mean the painting very cool. And thanks and keep up!

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