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Old 20-05-2003, 12:05 PM   #16
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How can I make my baseboards look, well, not so rounded. They arent round. They just look it. I am using lambert. Is there a better texture???
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Old 20-05-2003, 09:32 PM   #17
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hmmmmmmmm..........................No replies. Where did everybody go.
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Old 20-05-2003, 10:19 PM   #18
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Just add a bevel to the edges, that way its flat, yet rounded
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Old 20-05-2003, 10:43 PM   #19
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alright. I might be able to get around to that. Im kinda busy right now though.
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Dont give up on this one too dude LOL
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ill try my best to finish this one. sorry for the lack of updates, but I have been out of town.
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ok, i just got my computer working again, and I think I am going to finish the bed.....maybe.
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ok, i quickly did the bed. It didnt take very long at all, but I think I managed to keep everything at least half-way right.
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ahhh, that damn jpeg compression is killing my renders. Oh well.
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you might want to consider breaking the railing open at the ladder - a bit hard to get in without climbing over.

and the render looks fine, even with jpeg from maya. just keep in mind that it is still wip, and not a final render
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Yes. Thanks for that idea. I will try breaking the railing at the ladder, but I was making it based on my little brother's bed, on which the railing is not broken open. Yes, it is very hard to get out of.
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hmmmmmm.........It is a little harder than I thought to break that railing. I tried, but it was a flop. Maybe later I will take my time and get it done, but for now I think ill leave it
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nice lighting

are the railings NURBS? You can use the trim tool to get rid of the area you don't want, then put a cap of some sort over the ends with Surfaces>Planar or intersect a plane perpendicular to the rail and trim away the parts that you don't need.
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