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Old 15-11-2009, 04:29 PM   #1
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Default Autorickshaw game model

as the title suggests it's a game model, stands at just over 6k tris,
1024x1025 diffuse and normal map,

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wireframe.............
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really like it jali. Are you hoping to get into that kind of industry?
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yeah, looks good. nice work.
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thanks for the coments guys, and yeah i' trying me damndest to get into that industry, that or the animation industry as long as i get to model in 3d i'll be a happy man,

been doing alot of nextgen game stuff lately,

heres another pic,

just a breack down shot
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are you studying at college/uni, or self-teaching? How did you create your normal map?
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Originally posted by ben hobden
are you studying at college/uni, or self-teaching? How did you create your normal map?
graduated 2 years ago, doing freelance work here and there, always looking for work,

normal maps were created in maya, but i sometimes use xnormal too,
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u built the hi-res version and transferred maps?
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u built the hi-res version and transferred maps?
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couldn't really tell on the first picture, but the bit where the passengers get in is rounded; shouldn't it be square?
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thats correct ,
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Originally posted by hammer.horror
couldn't really tell on the first picture, but the bit where the passengers get in is rounded; shouldn't it be square?
yes and no, the indian ones tend to be rounded, however the ones in thailand are square,
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i really struggled with that method when I tried it. Looks like its worked really well for you though.
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Originally posted by jali
yes and no, the indian ones tend to be rounded, however the ones in thailand are square,
ahh cool, i shall confirm this in about two weeks! (i'm off to india.)
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