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Old 26-02-2003, 09:11 AM   #1
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Ok guys,
Like I said in challenge forum that I will post here a project of a Headquarter, now I post the pictures of that Headquarter.
This was made in parallel with Mythological God competition…I have an animation too with a camera which flies around of the Headquarter.
Here I post two pictures of that Headquarter, in different angles.
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Old 26-02-2003, 09:12 AM   #2
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And the second shot of that Headquarter… to see the backyard…
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Old 27-02-2003, 01:55 AM   #3
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WOW, why has no one found this post yet!... im the first to comment.. woohoo! El_newty... this is awesome, it has such a unique look to it, it reminds me of something but i just dont know what (the style of the render.. not the building itself). This is great, awesome job.. and i love the scattered trees.... you have to work on the grass though, as you can see where it repeats quite easily. Awesome job though
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Old 27-02-2003, 02:20 AM   #4
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yeah, I love it!!

like )v( said, I would work on the grass/ground some more and the texutre as well... right now the ground looks too flat and the repeating texture problem..

keep us updated!

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Maybe add some sand patches, then tiny bumps in the ground to give it a bit of a realistic ground feel.. but dont make actual humps that would make it any less of a plain .... Very nice render though.. love it.
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Thanks guys, I’m glad that you like it…
By the way, with the ground, yes I will improve the look.

Maybe you can help me with ideas to eliminate the repetitive problem because of texture offsetting.

Hmmm… M has right, with some sand patches I think it will look much better.
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Oh, one thing.. the windows look more like mirrors... or are they supposed to be the mirror type windows with one way see? Ok, cya... once again, i love this render
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Ok guys, here I post new shots of the Headquarter with some improvements... at M's suggestion
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And the backyard of Headquarter
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This I gotta see more of. Initially I wanted to do architectural scenes but I never got around to it. So this is inspiring!
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Really nice! Keep it up el_newty. One thing though, if you could make a slight bump here and there i think that would add a cool effect... not sure though.
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