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Old 20-10-2003, 03:31 PM   #1
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Hi guys, the monster it's waitin for a while ... just to follow the crits of pure_mourning i wish to know how to attach arms to my model (see thread "first start with a monster") i got a lot of trouble doing this . . . (for this the new model it's slow to come out). the model it's a NURBS and i wish to realize the arms with a cyliner or a sphere ....
Another thing i wish to know before to go is as follow:
in the Hypershade window there's the shaders folders, MaYa come with his library with preview, then if i chose a shader (e.g. glass or chocolate) i can import from the preview, installing new shaders i got no preview how i can obtain thgis preview? I need a rendered sample of the texture?? to place where?
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the new model it's slowly different
claws and theet are most aligned to the body, thongue is more visible, i'll paint it, other parts will better innested.
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