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Old 28-02-2010, 09:11 PM   #61
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Arkadius: thanks, bro
AlexanderL: that's pretty cool; welcome to threedy. Plan on joining in on a challenge or two?
AndrewQ: render to texture a multi/sub object mat(all 100% S.I.), give each body part a distinct color - it doesn't hurt that most of the uv's are aligned up is up, etc.
Also, screengrab the mat ID rollout - easier than switching back to max to doublecheck...


E4sY: thanks, and you're right. tries to get a render in there with more back showing...
the rig for him worked pretty well, but if you think about the range of motion
- it's a pretty small distance until the pieces get too far apart and it looks awful
Buzzy: fixed the snow, I think. too big of particle with too much motion blur = bad.
Krallis: thanks. got some more color in there; it's still a pretty subtle texture -
the more things I tried either took away from the look I was going for or were barely noticeable
(my lack of painting skills/understanding of color that's most likely to blame)
buzz001: hey, thanks alot, buzz. very nice of you.
Edragon: ...sparta? sorry, I've got nothing
Insania: one desreves another thanks, man.
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Old 01-03-2010, 11:50 AM   #62
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