Integrating 3D models with photography
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# 31 05-04-2012 , 02:17 PM
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Thanks Dave.

I don't really set poly budgets on these high poly models. I am currently a little over 500,000 poly's smoothed (34,000 polys unsmoothed) and I still have the ammo box, ammo belt, and tripod to build.

I have no plans to make a low poly version. It's hard for me to get motivated to build low poly versions. Once I get the high poly done the thought of rebuilding over the top of everything and baking normal maps to make the low poly is not that appealing to me.

I also have a couple other modeling projects in the works.

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# 32 05-04-2012 , 11:34 PM
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As Zbrushiac sounds stupid!
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Yeah, I start shaking if the poly budget goes under 20k user added image

Looks great. Very nice detailing. About all I can say really. Very nice modelling.

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"Um, this isn't Mars. This is Earth."
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# 33 06-04-2012 , 03:12 AM
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really mint chav!!!! bloody hell I havent heard that for 25 years!!! LOL you just made me feel very old...I do agree though...fantastic detail!!


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