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Kazicht
Just wanted to show you guys the final project I did for my intro to 3D Modeling class.
The program we learned was 3D Studiomax. I slacked off abit during the last few weeks and didnt get everything I wanted into the scene, but I still like the way it looks for a 1st major project.

>From different camera angles:
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>This one rendered with advanced lighting:
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Still a way to go before hitting SquareEnix or Pixar standards, but its a process I guess.
Also, with this project I got accepted into the BFA program for CG-Animation and Interactive Media for next fall at my college. buttrock.gif
Dive
Wow that's really cool. Looks like a lot of work went into that, good job.
unitself
Wow, Kazicht! Nice job!
As a person who is very entry level myself, I know how difficult it can be to do this. I like your tree texture. The fan blades on the windmill are nice too.
I have a soft spot in my heart for the game Myst... maybe that's another reason why I like the image.

Nice work and keep it up!
HC82
A good start.

Now all you need is a hax0red version of it so you can practice at home, unless you wanna spend an assload of money of buying the program you're not going to profit off of. I might know someone with it. Not too sure though.
Henge
thats very nice kaz, this 3D studiomax looks capable of some nice stuff, i need to find a hax0red version as well. ninja2.gif
Riel
Awesome and congrats on being accepted. buttrock.gif
donkeybeatz
QUOTE (Woe @ Jun 8 2005, 10:23 AM)
thats very nice kaz, this 3D studiomax looks capable of some nice stuff, i need to find a hax0red version as well. ninja2.gif

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Anyway, great job! It reminds me of that Tower of Babel that SEGA showcased when they just released the Dreamcast in Japan (or was it before it was released? I forget).
AC9breaker
Wow thats cool, I don't know much about 3d modeling programs so much useful information I can add, but I have to say that this looks pretty cool.
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