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Thread: Circus tent WIP

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    Circus tent WIP

    Still trying to get the hang of modeling and decided to do something basic. Still would like to make it more circular as well as some additional things to make it more "cloth-like". I will keep you posted on the development of it.
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    This looks ok. The stripes on the top look too small. I think it would look better if each stripe was bigger. Also, why on one side is there thick lines, and on the other, thin lines?

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    looks to tight adding some other demintions may help
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    just wondering which program was used.
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    Originally posted by [ME]Knives
    just wondering which program was used.

    I used Max 6 for this. I also agree with you colincsl, I need to work on the UVW maps to get rid of some of those line issues. I'll get to work on that rightaway and let you see the finished product when I am done.

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    Hi, I think you really need to work on the texturing of it especially at the seam where they meet up, and also the two halfs are not aligned, otherwise looking good.

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    Reminds me of those books i use to read were you tried to find the hidden picture. the roof kind of puts you in a state of abscence. BTW looks good how long it take?
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    Originally posted by kr0v
    Reminds me of those books i use to read were you tried to find the hidden picture. the roof kind of puts you in a state of abscence. BTW looks good how long it take?

    It took about 2 minutes give or take. I think I have corrected some of the seams with this one I am posting. You'll notice right away that the shape is more circular than before which I kind of thought would look better. *shrugs* You decide.
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    I like the circle just cause its doenst give me a headache lol but add more segments and smooth it so its more round
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    Round is good I like it much better then the square one...Good work.

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