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Old 05-11-2004, 12:30 AM   #1
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Well I am still messing with the Audi project, just about ready for the chase scene. Any comments, suggestion or crit. would be helpfull.
car Shader done by gamingproverbs, Thanks.
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nice !

could we see a wire and a diffrent view ?
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the roof looks like it caves in a bit in the middle.
also the wheels are a bit too shiny, maybe a bit too chrome and not aluminum enough looking to look realistic
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modeling: :tup:
shader or/and lightning: :tdown:

just a clear point of view
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Yea that roof is caveing, Thanks
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personally -imo- i dont see the big deal with having all these reflections on a car. i would much rather see the car without the reflections.
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