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Old 27-12-2010, 09:01 PM   #1
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A street fighter arcade stick.
Have only spent about an hour on it so far.. still learning about texturing correctly, using reflections, etc..

I appreciate all feedback. Thanks!
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Old 27-12-2010, 10:38 PM   #2
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On a positive the texture looks good, some of your edges are a bit to sharp put some edge bevels in there. The joystick looks like it is just stuck into the main box try modelling how it joins.........dave
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Here is another render using some lighting and after adding some bevel to the sharp edges.

My goal is to make this arcade stick look as real as possible..

I also converted the ball on the joystick from a polygon to a subdiv..
didn't seem to help..
any suggestions on adding (or subtracting) features to make this look more realistic would be greatly appreciated.

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