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Old 09-01-2003, 08:06 PM   #1
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I haven't seen anyone build a xbox in 3d before so i decided to give it try. just started today should have it ready in a few days. I don't have alot of time on Maya. all Polygon mod.
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what about a psp2. heh cool cant wait to see the green. i love green!!
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Old 11-01-2003, 04:10 PM   #4
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I started modeling one but never finished...

here is where I stopped (I might finish it one day))
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wait the floor isnt suppose to be green. i thought the circle was. god though,
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I will be posting more pictures during the week as i go along.
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Hey guys, Got some new renders of the xbox model i have been working on

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Here are a few more
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All thats left is texturing
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OK, finally found some time to texture. this is what I got. Please let me know if I should change anything. Any sugestions on rendering would be cool. I used MR on this shot.
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I decided to add some HDRI to the render. Used Maya 4.5 and Mental Ray for Maya 1.5. It is a bit render intensive.
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Great! What kind of rendering solution do you have there?
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Thanks for the positive feedback undseth. Sorry if I miss understood your question, I'm not sure what you mean by solution. It was done in Mental Ray for Maya 1.5 with final gathering. If you need more details please let me know.
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Ugh.... I need some help with Final Gathering...

I just got get how to use MR and how to configure it... Roach, if you dont mind, would you go really brefly over how you did that render??

and BTW: that's a great Xbox (unlike mine )

thanks!
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roach105:

I was thinking of the settings made in mental ray.
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