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    Maya Model

    This is a screw driver model I made and rendered in Maya. I think it turned out pretty good. Opinions are welcome.




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    Re: Maya Model

    Wow, looks really good!

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    Re: Maya Model

    That looks really good.
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    Re: Maya Model

    Here is another thing I made. Its a sprocket. This turned out better than the screw driver.


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    Re: Maya Model

    Wow! extremely realistic! You did a wonderful job with them!

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    I really need to study rendering more. Using any caustics in those or HDR?
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    Re: Maya Model

    Thanks. It took about an hour and a half.

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    i would so drive either one of them
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    Re: Maya Model

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike89
    Here is another thing I made. Its a sprocket. This turned out better than the screw driver.
    That's even better, wow.
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    Re: Maya Model

    Quote Originally Posted by chaseabryant
    Wow! extremely realistic! You did a wonderful job with them!
    No need to say more!

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    Re: Maya Model

    @Fighting Chance: HDR

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    The future of screwdriver design... TODAY!
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    Re: Maya Model

    Good work! You got skills. I've tried working with a lot of other CGI/3D rendering programs before like Animation Master & Rhino but could never produce anything as realistic as these. I only got to play with Maya for a very short time.
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    Re: Maya Model

    Nice skill you have!

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    Re: Maya Model

    very nice...yet very odd

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