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Old 18-03-2003, 03:41 PM   #1
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Default AT-AT my first quality model

Myself and another modeller had the idea of making up a Star Wars scene, and this was my first contribution to the project.

Im hoping I can get some nice texturing to it, mostly a flat grey metal with some rust and dirt in places. But for now this is a GI_Joe'd render. Infact, does anyone know a good metal shader, not too shiney but a more a matt finish that looks good?

I believe the phrase is "C + C welcome"
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hey dude...nice detail... keep it up...it will look awesome when it will be textured...
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Loosk really nice. Try playing with the aluminum shader on Highend3d. It seems to work really well.
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have you tried the metal presets shader collection on highend by emmanuel campin (same guy who did gijoe)
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Loose the small round thingy in its joints!

It isn't "supposed" to look like that if I remember right.

It's just that it gives the joint a very simple look, like a pin was put though the joint.

Please don't mind. I'm in the mood now, as I am listening to SW music (Episode 4 death star attack).
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Looking really good! Nice detail too.

Wonder how long it took to model (or render )

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I really like it, looks very much like the one from the movie !

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Loose the small round thingy in its joints!
And the award for being vague goes to.... What thingy in the what what now?
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