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Old 05-03-2004, 05:20 PM   #1
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Started modeling this lighthouse this morning. will eventually add more stuff to the scene. Still working on textures. Not sure if to go proceduaral or maps or both. I will fugure that out slowly. Anyways, Got a render and some viewport shots.
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that's nice! I'd say whatever you used in your first post for textures, you should stick with it, 'cause that's a wonderful start! I'd suggest you add a metal ring on the top and bottom of the chainlink-type railing, because right now it doesn't seem supported.

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Nice work! keep it up!
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Wou hou i am just making my post number with post like this, give guy some C&C, doo this, change that and stuff, that is use of sites like this and forums like this!!!!
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The fence texture is not working properly I got to check it out. I think I have it reversed because it is not suppost to be transparent at the bottom of it. thanks for the reply's guys.

the brick at the moment is procedural. It is bumped but I may need to crtete a disclplacement because the brick seems to go flat sometimes.
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Ah... lighthouses always gives me the shivers Good start
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nice start. seeing it by some rocks and ocean would really be good next. Its difrent and thats good. I don't think I have sean one done in 3d yet.
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working on new textures for the walls of the lighthouse. Should have something new to post today or tomorrow.
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Lovely textures! The model is a bit boxy though...
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hey kbrown, do you mean that the corners are to sharp or the complete house is just square?
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Wery nice textur, I also think that house is too boxy, but its just the house witch are just too boxy, nice job
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Originally posted by roach105
hey kbrown, do you mean that the corners are to sharp or the complete house is just square?
I meant the corners. They're too sharp and straight imho. Of course it all depends how far away this building will be in the final shot...
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