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Old 22-09-2004, 04:06 AM   #1
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hi all.. this is my very first work after weeks of tutorials..still needs alot of stuff... i dunno is it ok?
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hey looks really good so far, this is easily workable into something really nice The materials on the pieces look odd because they sort of have a highlight around them, like theyre velvet. The wood on the outside looks unnatural, but thats probly cus its just the max procedural. Get a more interesting lighting setup and some dramatic angles and ull have a great work here!
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yey! thanx!
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ares? as in Ares from NFSCars.net ?
If not, sorry.
Looking good so far. I agree on the wood material.
Post the mat settings for the chess pieces.
Alternately, try making them out of clear and coloured glass maybe?
Would add a new twist to it, looking through a piece at the other side, through a pawn's eyes, maybe?
Apart from that, good start.
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thanx! ill look up lighting and texturing tuts next.. could u tell me where to find good basic ones?

and no im not Ares from NFSCars.net
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