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View Poll Results: What color should I aim for??
Gold/Yellow 3 14.29%
Dark lime green 4 19.05%
Forest Green 10 47.62%
Blue 4 19.05%
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Old 25-02-2004, 07:42 AM   #31
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Man, you went above and beyond. Adding the bolts. I was thing about bump mapping those.
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Old 25-02-2004, 09:55 AM   #32
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Your jeep look verry good i like it a lot
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thanks alot guys...I am starting to put together some compositions for the final shot, for the 3d art awards comp...the final image needs to be done by March 15th. So, from a composition point of view, let me knwo what you think about these. I will worry about the lighting, texturing and stuff after I know what kind of enviorment I am going to be puting this in. Thanks for your help,.
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Hey guys...lI am getting exausted...so i am going to go to bed...but I will post some more comps tomorrow. Thanks
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looks great bud
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