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Old 20-03-2006, 02:03 PM   #1
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This is my second model i did and i rendered in mental ray for the first time, clay model. what do you think guys? this is a just a quick preview, i'll render a good one later. I saw this robot in a movie called Blue, so i decided to model him with some diferences.
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Old 20-03-2006, 04:33 PM   #2
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wow thats nice considering u done it from the film
i have done this by the alias tut book
it looks nice and its cool that you have added some of ur own details v.nice
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Old 20-03-2006, 05:08 PM   #3
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I worked through that one too pbman, yay for the blue robot!!

Nice going Masteryoda. As pbman said it is nice that you've added your own details, it'll be nice to see him textured.

Take it easy,

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a better render using maya software.
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Old 20-03-2006, 09:43 PM   #5
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where is the tut for this ? i love the little robot ..good job there
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did you use tutorials or what?
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Old 21-03-2006, 06:46 PM   #7
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Curious can anybody answer this question. I love this robot and wondering if there is a tut somewhere or did it come from a book , if so which one ?
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No I didn't use any tutorials, I heard there is an alias book with a simple tutorial about this robot, i did this model from screen shots from the movie 'Blue'. and added some details.
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The book that the tutorial is in is 'Learning Maya 7 Foundation' (retails around 50), I'm not sure if the tutorial's on the internet at all.

What other 3d packages have you used Masteryoda? The models you're producing are way more advanced than those made by someone who has never touched 3D before. It would be cool to see some more of your work.

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I use only maya 6.5 and render in maya, been using maya for 2 months but this is the second full model with no help from tutorials , for now i'm just modeling rather than texturing and animating, trying to master modeling thats why for now i only place clay renders. I'm using GI Joe to render them. To texture i got a Wacom tablet and use photoshop CS but know only basic skinning.
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The robot looks very nice, I like the detail in the hands and the knee joints. I especially like the 2nd render.
How do you clay render with maya software? Is there any tutorial that teaches how to achieve this clean yet natural look? Cause I wanna learn
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Great work mate - looks very good.
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I rendered the robot with maya software, but used GI Joe for lighting, I downloaded the mel script from highend3d.com
rendered in production quality with importance to the shadows, default lights are turned off to use just the GI Joe lighting and the surface must be ALL Lambert1 and intensity is 3.5. Hope this helped.
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Thanks master yoda ...looking for that as we speak. wondering how you did it . i am really impressed with the robot.
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that looks really good! i'll need to get that GI Joe
how long have you been doing 3d?
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