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Old 15-05-2003, 04:02 AM   #1
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ive been trying some character modeling with no real results..

So ive decided to model inanimate objects again...

seems everyone models a phone so i htought id start one also

here it is so far..
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Old 15-05-2003, 04:33 AM   #2
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Hey, thats looking really good so far! The buttons look like they just come out of the faceplate.. but instead i think you should bevel it in around the edges of the buttons.. to give it a "seperate" feel.. if you know what i mean. It is coming along really good though . Keep it up .
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yeah I agree with my, the buttons do look as though they are not a seperate entity from the rest of the phone. You could get a hold of one of these phones and see how it's constructed and then model the individual parts that might make it a bit easier.

Textures will obviously help it out majorly so I will check back with the thread soon.

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ah i get ya..make the holes in the actual faceplate behind the buttons...im on it

like this?
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hey vampire looks very good.
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had to fix face up..i moved a vertice or merged one accidently...

anyways..
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yeah I think that that is looking much better. You get some really subtle shadowing in between the buttons and the top face.

Can you make the line between the screen and the body look sharper? I think you will have problems once you have textured it with it looking too smooth. Looks good so far though

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thanx for the input...will be doing some more 2morrow
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Unrelated to your WIP but related to your signature, you might want to check this thread out, vamp:

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thats probably what ill leave it as for now..

im onto something else..

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thats probably what ill leave it as for now..
no no no no no!! dont go down that route! you'll end up like brian_ellbracht and have a million unfinished projects j/k y do you want to leave it now? why not get it textured up and see how it looks? You were doing well!

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nah im still focusing on modeling..texturing can come later
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