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Old 28-06-2009, 09:15 PM   #16
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Here an update i remade the Base to the lamp from scratch, so here it is
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Old 28-06-2009, 11:12 PM   #17
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looks like you're getting somewhere, which is good!

when you do the wireframe screen shots do wireframe on shaded (the menu is pointed out in GecT's last picture)
hit 5 or 6 to get one of the shaded modes and the wireframe will appear on the model and be shaded
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Old 29-06-2009, 05:07 PM   #18
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Originally posted by Chirone
looks like you're getting somewhere, which is good!

when you do the wireframe screen shots do wireframe on shaded (the menu is pointed out in GecT's last picture)
hit 5 or 6 to get one of the shaded modes and the wireframe will appear on the model and be shaded
Thx but when i did it the render shot came out just clear, i will try it again on my next update.
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Old 30-06-2009, 02:07 AM   #19
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Here an update on the lamp, there three pics hope ya like

http://img5.imageshack.us/img5/7563/lampz.jpg
http://img5.imageshack.us/img5/3417/lampbulb.jpg
http://img5.imageshack.us/img5/9437/topviewbqk.jpg

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Old 01-07-2009, 12:21 AM   #20
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An another update im almost done i have to redo the chair, so here a little view on how im gonna set the room up.

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Old 07-07-2009, 08:30 AM   #21
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u reached d good place,here all members will help u in improving ur skills.........
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Old 07-07-2009, 03:06 PM   #22
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u reached d good place,here all members will help u in improving ur skills.........
Thx im willing to take all the help i can get lol.
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Old 07-07-2009, 05:28 PM   #23
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I haven't worked on my project for a couple days, i had a busy week. But im back at it, and here a little update on the chair bar things i tried to Straighten them out


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the shape looks a lot better

..did you render that with the toon shader?
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I finished the chair here the whole thing legs and all i didnt shade it yet going to read a book on shading&lighting. So here it is tell me if i need to do anything to it plz.o and Chirone i only did wire shade to render.


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The chair seat is very deep, and the back seems a little bit too upright and rigid which will make for uncomfortable sitting. Another thing about the curvy parts on the chair back, it seems that you have incorrectly deleted some edge loops, as the deformations are there without edges and I'm assuming that geometry is polygonal. Are you using any references?

haha speech recognition is so awesome.

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Darnellrbts, i hope i didn't sound insulting when i asked that
i only asked because i wasn't sure if that was your actual wireframe or not, because the wires on the back frame don't seem to match the frame itself
i'm guessing that you've deleted some edge loops but not their verticies

i have to agree with GecT on the depth of the seat too, maybe bring in the front of it in more or raise the back of the chair so that they look more proportional

Gect, do. you. sound. like. a. robot. after. using. speech. recognition. ?
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Originally posted by GecT
The chair seat is very deep, and the back seems a little bit too upright and rigid which will make for uncomfortable sitting. Another thing about the curvy parts on the chair back, it seems that you have incorrectly deleted some edge loops, as the deformations are there without edges and I'm assuming that geometry is polygonal. Are you using any references?

haha speech recognition is so awesome.
Nope not using a reference just thought it up lol. im will try to fix it.
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Originally posted by Chirone
Darnellrbts, i hope i didn't sound insulting when i asked that
i only asked because i wasn't sure if that was your actual wireframe or not, because the wires on the back frame don't seem to match the frame itself
i'm guessing that you've deleted some edge loops but not their verticies

i have to agree with GecT on the depth of the seat too, maybe bring in the front of it in more or raise the back of the chair so that they look more proportional

Gect, do. you. sound. like. a. robot. after. using. speech. recognition. ?
Nope it wasnt insulting. Kinda funny though i really went and look at all the settings to make sure i didnt have a toon shade on :lmao:
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Originally posted by Chirone
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Gect, do. you. sound. like. a. robot. after. using. speech. recognition. ?
No, just a super anal newscaster :p

Originally posted by Darnellrbts
Nope not using a reference just thought it up lol. im will try to fix it.
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