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    Here is some more
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
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    have you played with the ps cs4 ex?

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    Quote Originally Posted by briansbrains View Post
    have you played with the ps cs4 ex?
    Not yet tho Id be interested in trying it out. The new painting/decal features for 3d models sound pretty cool and are deff a step in the right direction. Everything is going 3D.

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    These are really cool, how about a UE video game? You fight bums, junkies, scrappers, and the law while trying to make your way out of something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chr7s View Post
    These are really cool, how about a UE video game? You fight bums, junkies, scrappers, and the law while trying to make your way out of something.
    If someone paid me for like 5 years I could make a pretty badass UE video game.

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    Making your way into or out of something-- perhaps it's be some great thing for Wii? Complete with rusty grate floors, asbestos hazards, security-- all while fighting to get the shots.
    I think it's a pretty interesting concept to it all, Chr7s.
    Dan-- still think this is great stuff.

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    Random choice of building sir...
    F/RoX

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
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    I was hoping you were continuing this. Very very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Descending View Post
    Random choice of building sir...
    The idea was to pick something small that I could actually finish either before I got bored of it or before the file got so big that it crashed my computer.

    Here are some updated images.
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    An again with some color.
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    very very nice!
    it really looks fantastic.
    how far did you get with the model of the main building on that campus?
    dogfishheaded

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    How long does it take you to render from start to finish?
    Failure is not defeat unless you stop trying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breviceps View Post
    How long does it take you to render from start to finish?
    The fire house took about 5 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    The fire house took about 5 minutes.
    That's it?!? I was thinking days.
    Failure is not defeat unless you stop trying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breviceps View Post
    That's it?!? I was thinking days.
    To render it takes a few minutes to MODEL it took a few days working in my free time at work.

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