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Old 07-01-2011, 04:13 PM   #1
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Ok Jay...Im in.

I havent found an image yet! Im still looking...but I will go with the idea of my Spitfire in a hangar/field scene ok?? Im still looking for some good images of WW2 kinda places.

Here are a few things I will build for the scene...the drum...and pump...a couple of chairs and maybe a table...to give it an 'alive' feel. I still dont know how the hell to composite but I will try.

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Not a bad start bullet. The back of the chairs look a little too thin at the moment. I actually figured you'd end up modeling a bridge to put in a photo, haha.
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hmmmm thicken them you reckon? ok I will and see how it looks. Bahahahaha no but I do have the plans somewhere for a bridge.....too much like work then eh mate!

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Yeah, that looks alot better to me. You're getting quite a bit done, nice going.
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LOL thanks mate...so are you! Im giving it a break...I was going to make a radio as well but dont think I will bother. I think I have enough for the shoot?

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Try and make the chairs differant design as these were poeples throw aways, looking good ........dave
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Thanks dave...you kinda lost me on the chairs mate....these are as simple as I could imagine.....and I certainly wouldnt buy them LOL.....get back to me on that one?

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the last model for this will be a teacup ans saucer...then thats it.
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Nothing wrong with the chairs all I am saying that all the picture I have seen ever chair was differant no sets, If you think about it the chairs they had were scrounged from the locals in that area. I did try to find you some main photos but not much luck...........dave
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Yeh I hear you dave...I looked all day for pics too but couldnt find bugger all...I will leave em mate....too tired to change them.

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Nice start Bullet,

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Thanks Jay,

I will do a couple of teacups and the hose to the plane...then find an image somewhere and try the tut you did (thanks a heap BTW)....and then texture the objects properly. I will get the angles and lighting right first and finish the textures last...should have enough time

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Ok teacups done...hose next and all done with the modelling.

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