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    Hi Felipe... Welcome on-board and best of luck to you

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3Dillusions View Post
    Winter theme Art installation proof of concept: Northern lights.
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    Nice concept! I am really fascinated by this idea, can you please tell why you thought about this? In the description you spoke about how and what... I am really curious about this choice! It gives you the possibility to stop for a while and think about nature and the natural art... Back to the origin! Great =)

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    Hi Nicola,
    I think nature is very inspiring. Bio mimicry is a good example. Many ideas can be found in nature's cycles and motions. Also by looking for images and information of art and architecture inspired by nature, one can find many ways to get creativily inspired...

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    Default I like your work

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    Nice work Felipe ! and interresting concept too: keep going !

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    Nice going Really like it
    Btw i wanted to ask did u face any prob in mesh import i got a prob like this .

    Importing problem .

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    Very nice sculptures !

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    Hi Anwar,
    Seems you have inverted faces on that model. In 3ds max you have to add a normal modifier or in edit poly flip the faces. Are you using the standard collada exporter from autodesk or the opencollada? I recommend the opencollada (OpenCOLLADA - Download) one.
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    Cool. They turned out really nice.
    Also the environment. You modeled all interesting buildings there?
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    Thank you Marius!

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    i wanted to work this night ,but i feel like sh.. when i saw your "wip".This is excellent !the concept is great and its realisation perfect, the modelisation is "wow" (sorry but i don't known another word after saying excellent and perfect,astonning but i 'm so sure....). you gonna win !

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