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Old 23-03-2009, 03:15 PM   #136
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Haven't had much time lately so I'm not sure if my plan will get completely finished by the deadline, but I've added a couple of things to my model and am working on the last bits now, hopefully I'll get the time to finish them and have it all rendered for the 1st of April!
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Old 23-03-2009, 03:46 PM   #137
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Scales of everything is looking alot better.


Did you model the car in the last few days - if not its not allowed, rules of the comp.

I`m having the same problems as I need 100`s of cars and people for my scene to look right but can`t use any I have already or the time to make a new one.
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Old 23-03-2009, 03:59 PM   #138
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Tweetytunes: I did model the car,spent a couple of days doing it last week, had a DT tutorial I hadn't done yet so I used that as a guide to get a basis of workflow and built my own version coming out with that as the result, I've got some of the incremental saves from modeling it that i can post screenshots of if needed, I put my own wheels on it but you can't really see them properly.... I wanted to put people etc in but I'm not quite at that level yet!

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Old 23-03-2009, 09:25 PM   #139
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SPOT THE DIFFERENCE!
the car and the chairs!
do i win?

nice car
i probably wouldn't make a person unless you can do it in the remaining 7 days (mind you, i made a person in 7 days, rigged as well... not texture mapped though...)
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Chirone: lol, you got two out of three right.... One left that you didn't get!
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the white table and chairs on the second floor outside the door!

I think i just won :attn:
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Chirone: I thought you'd already counted those, nope, still one more difference.... he he....
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nah i was counting the ones that stand out more in the first post... the orange ones on the third floor, i didn't see the white ones, well... i knew they were there but i didn't realise they were there... kinda blend in with the house...
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Yeah, I may need to move those actually, so well spotted! Well, apart from all of those chairs and the car there is one more thing added....
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the reflective roof?
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h.h: Nope! I guess it needs to be a bit more prominent if nobody can spot it at all!
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oh right, the trash can between the two benches out front

3 != 4 by the way :p
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Ha, you got it, congratulations, you win... absolutely nothing. Sorry about that! Also, after reading your post I realized I've added a forth thing that I hadn't counted before.... So there is one other left!

It's the fence that runs around the outside wall on the lower parts....

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Here's a link to a larger version of my model so far, a bit easier to see the detail! The pavement texture has gotten a bit mucked up at some point in my fiddling around so that will be changed soon...

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404, yo


i.e. the file doesn't exist :p
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