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    Thanks all, I'm so happy you like it.

    Something I specially like is the realistic/cartoon mix rendering...

    Ouhahah, my girl noticed that, inconsiously, Ive sculpted the "Boucheron" parfum cork, at the end of the wings!
    (or maybe its Boucherons that overpassed the copyrights of the T2 buckeye wing light!)
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    Well, It can;t be a wing light.... The left side has a red light and the right side has a green light. Both have to face away from the fuselage. All lights going to the back and the front have to be white. I thought those are covers for the wingtip tanks .

    Cheers and fasten your seatbelts!
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    Wow this is coming along really nice...I love it...

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    Wicked!

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    Sebcesoir, you plane looks woonderful! Sorry to be late with this but, so that you can use in the future here is a method:

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    1.First save your model!
    2.Mask out the windows, invert the mask, hide unmasked (Masking>Hide Pt) then Geometry>Delete Hidden.
    3.Position this model on layer. Switch on Display>Double and Mark with Marker>Tool off.
    4.Create a new layer and then load the original model. Click on the Marker.
    5.Switch off Render>Flatten and adjust Transparency in the Jelly Bean Material Modifiers.
    6.Render!

    HTH,

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    Thumbs up Cool tips Marcus !

    Pilou
    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
    Pilou's Galerie Pilou's Tips Tuts Page
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    Thanks for your tips Marcus, I will try it! (I dont know well markers so, I have to practice). I will try it, and use it for ne next aircrafs ifi I have time to do more!
    Thanks for your support to the community and the great scripts you made!
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    Heres an animated gif :

    Last edited by Sebcesoir; 07-05-05 at 04:30 PM.
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    MEGA COOL

    I love it! Now... will you put it into a scene?
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    Happy you love it!
    I think its over for now.. I have a new project in mind!
    I'm specially happy of the nice rendering of z materials...
    Sébastien Legrain A.K.A Sebcesoir

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    Yeahh!!! Thx pixologic, it's damn cool to have Zbrush caps!

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    Very Nice model man.

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    That's awesome!! Love the style, I can appreciate the work you put into this, because I tried to do something..non-organic in zbrush,but to no avail Could you post a script or a tut on how did you get these clean metal surfaces?

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    For metallic surface rendering use the chome material. Youcan change to reflected texture to theone you use as backroung. Play a bit with the fallof, and the reflectyvity for more play with the texture.
    Last edited by Sebcesoir; 11-07-05 at 10:21 PM.
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    Great work on your Z-Craft. It reminded me of the XF-85 "Goblin"
    http://www.wpafb.af.mil/museum/air_power/ap38.htm

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    Amazing. I love your plane.

    Cheers

    Mike R

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