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Old 28-01-2006, 11:57 AM   #16
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I have always been tempted to do a nice big Lego scene, hope I can get it as good as that.

Are you planning on making any more?
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Old 28-01-2006, 06:20 PM   #17
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ok i will look at both of those. even tho i'm a total newb, maya is so cool.
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tylerm: there is some things that are tough in the beginning, but you'll come around with some training. good luck!

Tim_LIVID: I did a more simple one smoe months before this, a police car, it's here on the forum too, I have one "Technics"-lego in works too, an excavator (I looked that one up in the dictionary...) it's around 85% done, got some wires and the thing that it digs with to do left... a paint is the ass though..
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Old 29-01-2006, 08:09 AM   #19
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wow that looks real, if not for the background, I'd probably think it was real.
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djblazer: how did you get the gloss effect for the minifigs? is that a special shader? i've used a couple different gloss shaders and they don't seem to be working for me, but i'd like to be able to reproduce the kind of look you have above.
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all shaders are just standard blinn's.
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