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Old 05-11-2010, 02:42 PM   #1
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I want to model a cotttage in a wood environment. But I have no idear where to start so i decided to do the Hauntedhousetutorial. The modeling tutorial ended with: "definitely post up on the forum" so here goes.

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Well to get that far following the tutorial is pretty good. Bit of tweaking and some textures and i think you'll have yourself a good understanding of how to go about modeling that cottage.

It's nice to see some WIP from the tutorials, please keep us updated if you continue with this project.

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looks pretty good, I did the haunted house too when I first started. I believe it was the first thing I posted on the forums http://srv01.simply3dworld.com/showt...=haunted+house
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Originally posted by Rhetoric Camel
looks pretty good, I did the haunted house too when I first started. I believe it was the first thing I posted on the forums http://srv01.simply3dworld.com/showt...=haunted+house
Nice! You've improved a bit since then I think.

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cool man...well done!!!! as david said..tweek here texture there...will look ace man.

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Looks good
I would get rid of the sun however.
For texturing I can recommend starting out with procedural textures and when you get more experienced try some handpainted/photo ref's based textures
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