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  • Just off away on business for a few days. Here's where I'm up to. 2/3 bump mapped. Still got rivets and a few bits and pieces on the top to do. I'm making very good progress now. Not long!!

    3DKiwi

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    Man, I wish you'd paint my ship...I had BP crash on me as I was un folding the UV's and painting. I did get a few things Learnt but it's a bit tough figuring which way to go your first couple of times. I am so looking forward to this DVD.. B)

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    I'm very excited about your BP DVD. Now you're up to 14 hours? WOW! Our fellow C4D users are very fortunate to be able to get 14 hours of training for $50. You won't find quality tutorials for that amount anywhere else, but here at the Cafe.

    Three cheers for 3DKiwi. Hip-hip-hooray! Hip-hip-hoorayyy! Hip-hip-hooraayyyy! :P

    Thanks so much, 3DKiwi, for putting your time and effort into these Bodypaint tutorials. I know we will all be Jedi Masters of Bodypaint after viewing your DVD.

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    I'll second that 3dtodd,

    This is just outstanding!

    John

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  • Sunday 4 September. Just finished bump mapping the Spitfire. It's pretty much finished now except for a bit of weathering and playing around with specularity, environment etc. Still to set up lighting.

    Phew!!

    3DKiwi

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  • Thanks. The only difference with the camo is I've now got some reflection and an environment channel.

    Here's another one. Just playing around.

    3DKiwi

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    Guest MilesBaskett

    Looking sweet kiwi! I think its a tad too shiney though, maybe a more matte finish would be more realistic.

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    Looks like she gased up and ready to go! to me.

    John

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    Guest ko4dcaf

    I agree with John.

    Book me a seat :)

    Can't wait to get my hands on it.

    Kris

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  • Thanks guys. I'm still playing around with the reflection. In some photos and on several DVD's the paint is clearly shiny with some reflection, however i think with my desert style scheme a more matte look is appropriate. I've got a book of colour schemes and they vary widely.

    Regards

    3DKiwi

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