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Old 20-08-2003, 10:08 PM   #1
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ReloadedAgain has got this street scene for download at can anyone texture this for anyone to have a go at texturing so i'll give it a try. Hope to see lot's more people doing the same.
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good luck mate! Ill check in now and again to see your progress
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Forget the walls at the moment as i've only just started and they still need alot of work doing on them as they still look tiled and too clean. I'll paint some more bricks and dirty them up later. If ReloadedAgain is reading this i want to know if i can put something here maybe a door or something to break up the brickwork or if you want us to stick to texturing only?
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Old 23-08-2003, 02:50 PM   #4
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ummm..... do it if you want.... I don't this before because It's a hidden corner from many visuals.... I'm enjoying to see the work in progress.....
However my mail is pet.pet@tiscali.it, I am not always connected to the internet (i've a 56K modem )....
hope to see something soon..... byez
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Old 23-08-2003, 05:22 PM   #5
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I'll try changing the angle first then.
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small update, i changed the angle so i don't need to put anything down there. I'm fairly new to texturing so any comments on how i could improve on areas would help.
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A closer view so you can see some more detial such as the rust (I think i'll have to paint more rust as it's hard to see). I'm not sure about the size of the bricks though, should they be bigger or small or just stay the same?
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Well, I think that you can make the bricks a little bit smallers..... Just a thing, if I can say that , the wall texture are to much repetitive or how can I say..... too omogeneus? but I know it's only the start point
do your best... see you soon again....
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Old 24-08-2003, 03:39 PM   #9
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What do you thimk about my spider movie? this is my first 'very short' animation. I'll do it in about 8 hours in modelling, animating and texturing/furring and about 2 hours or less of batch rendering... if u have divx 5.x codec.... try to download it.. hasn't it a bad body??
a very strange spider.....
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What do you thimk about my spider movie? this is my first 'very short' animation. I'll do it in about 8 hours in modelling, animating and texturing/furring and about 2 hours or less of batch rendering... if u have divx 5.x codec.... try to download it.. havn't it a bad body??
a very strange spider.....
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looks good man, few things... spiders have 8 legs and 2 large feelers at the front, their eyes are also more positioned on the top of its body and they have 8 eyes

other than that it's nice
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Made the bricks smaller and started to texture the lamps and steps. Also textured the shutters on the top door.
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wow......not bad..... go on go on go on......
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Haven't been able to do any work today as i've spent the day at the TVR Tuscan Championship and Moonraker Special GT Championship races. But i'll get back to work on it in the morning.
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