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Archaeological garden . 24 / 10 / 012 .
Reminds me of Rome for some reason, like a big coliseum.
If. Me too. With so many arches. It is the first image that comes to mind. The arch is Gothic, Romanesque evolution.
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Geometrically wonderful! Love all the arched forms and am really looking forward to see what you do with the textures!
(Enrrique – you’re #1 on the 2012 Top Shape Modelers list!)
How.!? . WOW. It’s fantastic. Today is a great day. This really is good news. Recognition is the best reward. The effort has paid off. Pure vitamin for me.))). Without all of you, this would not have been possible. Thank you, thank you very much to all.
Certainly the arches make a very attractive structure. Textures. It’s hard to answer that question. I’m trying to wait until the end to apply all textures. It is an extra effort with many surfaces. Depending on the size of the surface textures behave differently. It will be a difficult and laborious. The effort will do it in one sitting. (To avoid unnecessary loading and unloading). We know the problem. This problem has me very limited. I have to give you a formula for my type of modeling. I hope you succeed.
It does look great with all of your textures applied! 17,605 surfaces – that must have taken you awhile to do – and a lot of patience. There are some tricky spots to get into. Excellent Gallery shots too! :)
Good, very good. Thanks Don, thank you very much. @ Textures: Certainly it is a difficult and complicated. Very, very entertaining. Worse retouch the great majority of them. (Depending on the size of the surface). The eyes remain glazed over. :)). Fortunately, thanks to 3DVIA the shortcuts have been far fewer. I could continue working on it, but I will not risk. As you can see the effort paid off, I was lucky. :).
You’re welcome Enrrique! I can understand why your eyes would need some rest! You’re right about resizing the same texture on surfaces next to each other. Once you have the size you want the eyedropper tool comes in handy for putting the same re-sized texture wherever else you want it.
I agree that around 11 MB is a good time to start finishing the model or risk taking forever on every step of the way. Many of the Castlemania models are dangerously large. :)
Fortunately satisfaction too. :).
Very true! :)