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Old 24-11-2005, 09:59 PM   #1
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Yes, I'm sorry, I dumped all of my old projects (again), and I started a new one. No I have not forgotten about our contest Joopson . Here it is, about 2 hours of intensive Maya modeling.
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Old 25-11-2005, 02:20 PM   #2
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Some details on the window. Ill redo the little lock thing. Its low quality clay render.
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Old 25-11-2005, 03:18 PM   #3
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Greets,
not much to critique yet, but I did notice that some of your edges are rather hard. I guess that doesn't matter so much at this point, just be sure to throw on a bevel on those edges later.

I think one thing that is strange is the indentations in the shutters. I think the beveled border between the inset portion and the rest of the shutter should have equal slopes - meaning I think you should take the inset face and scale it up a little on the Y axis so that it will be even with its border.

Anyway, that's pretty much all for crits. It's looking good so far. Keep it up.
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look good but...where is the door.
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Not having a single clue about what you just said or what you mean, I took a screen shot of the shutters up close, and I can't tell whats wrong with them, they look just like the ones in my room :confused
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ah man, I meant the shutters,



just some basic nitpicky things. Sorry I couldn't explain it too well. Anyway, it looks good, keep it up.
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Thx man! Appreciate it! My computer crashed yesterday and I lost so much data on my lower floor, im kinda discouraged. Anyway, thanks for the info, but in my picture of the house I am modeling, which is not my own, it looks like that. Thankls for trying to help though. Aprreciate it
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