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Old 21-03-2010, 10:45 AM   #16
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Thanks guys,

Steve, yep it is an external drive, did a quick render of it alone. In the scene it's hidden behind one of my Pc's and a chest of drawers so it'll probably never get seen again. lol
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the scaling of the skateboard looks like it could use some work, either that or the big knobs on that one dresser, unless that's just how it is, other than that it's great man
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Old 21-03-2010, 11:46 AM   #18
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Cheers Acid,

The skateboard was a little too wide at first, have since scaled it in a bit, the knobs on the dresser are pretty big so that may be making it look a little off too I guess.
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Old 25-03-2010, 02:50 PM   #19
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Have been doing one of the more fun looking objects in my room, a model of R2D2, got the basics done to his body and head, just need to add the legs and finish off any little details now. He'll probably be quite small in the final image so not going over the top with the details.
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Looks good. If the top flipped open he would make a nice trash dispenser.
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Old 25-03-2010, 04:42 PM   #21
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Haha, actually there is a full size replica of him you can get that is a bin, always wanted one but I have neither the room, or the money to waste on something like that! lol

Oneday though....
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Old 25-03-2010, 06:11 PM   #22
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...nice looking r2 unit there DAngo.
only thing is the replica you have doesn't appear to be true to life...or..form, you can see what i mean here in the image i'm going to post. look at the horozontal blue ...paneling jus under his..erm...neck.

non the less. the image in its self is lovely.
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Haha. that's a cool mail box! Yeah, haven't done those blue bits yet, was thinking I may do that in the texturing stage. My model isn't really a proper replica, it's actually a shampoo bottle!

I'm kind of going for somewhere inbetween that and a replica, if I did it the way it actually looks it's be to crappy plastic looking, and I also don't want to go full realistic either, as it's only one small object amongst a ton of crap on my desk...lol

Cheers for the comments Zombi, and the brilliant image, going to save that one....
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Little bit more done, just a few small details to do and I'm calling him done.
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That's one smart robot! Boo bop beep whistle whistle ding ding!
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haha nice!

Nice R2 Dango.
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Cheers guys, and thanks ctbram for finishing my pic off...lol

Finished R2 and started on the next object on my desk, my phone. NokiaN95, need to add the buttons on the sides but it's almost finished.
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Very nice and clean modelling are tou going to texture..............dave
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I`m thinking alot of uv work to be done.

Looking very good so far
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Originally posted by tweetytunes
I`m thinking alot of uv work to be done.

* shudder* ... just the thought of it.

Nice work on the phone.
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