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Old 11-05-2004, 06:17 PM   #1
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UVs anyone? How about 47000+ of them?

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looks good KB....
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Have fun. Kman. :p
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Played around with some procedural shaders. Here's a test render.

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Played a bit more with the shader and lighting...




I think this is good enough base for converting it to file texture and continue from there... c&c?
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Looking better and better mate.....
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Started doing the bump maps. Forgot to turn the smoothing on in the first pic and shadows in both of them :/ ...



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sweet dude you texture better than me hehehe
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son of a biatch......damn fine texturing.....
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Some very nice texturing there KB

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Thanks guys. Added some rust and corrosion today (too much?).



Gonna try and add some dust and dirt too.
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maybe just a bit to much rust but it looks dame sweet.. your putting me to shame...
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your putting me to shame...
lol.. you're funny... thanks for the comment. i was a bit unsure of the amount of the rust. let's see what happens after i add some more dust and dirt. i'll tweak the rust some more after that...
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I think I'll call this piece done. It's not like they're painted in real world but who cares Real ones are kinda boring





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