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Old 20-06-2010, 07:12 PM   #31
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Nice work and you going to do some animation.............dave
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Nice work and you going to do some animation.............dave
Thanks daverave. I'm pretty confident I can do the animation but I'm pretty darn slow at it...I think I'm just too much of a perfectionist, lol. Before I do any animation though, I need to develop characters and decide what their personalities and all that good stuff will be. I think the hardest part in this project will be developing the charcters and deciding what they look like.
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I'm just using the default light with Final Gathering
? didn't know you could do that. Have to try that sometime.
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MATE...they are really good man!!! Simple yet effective enough to be halfway between realism and cartoon. Love the style man!!! Hope it goes well and I will keep watching you mate....yeh I love the second couch too!!!!! did you have an Aunty or Nanna with one too ben??

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Thanks bullet.

I added the propane tank and a handle for the grill cover. Silly me.
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looking pretty awesome Perfecto, love seeing your work. Always makes me want to load up Maya and do some modeling.
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bahahahah......tut..,tut mate. I had a BBQ yesterday!!! it kinda looks like mine too LOL organised chaos.

Looks good mate, you are an inspiration you know!

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Just a question can these be loaded into the viser folders?......dave
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Thanks for the nice comments Rhetoric Camel and bullet1968.

That's a good question daverave about whether the models can be loaded into the visor. I'm pretty sure textures and brushes can, but I never thought about trying to add objects, hmm. I'll have to research that but I'm guessing probably not unless you make it a brush stroke.

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