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    Exclamation Speed Modelling Challenge #153 – Xmas presents.

    Speed Modelling Challenge #153 – Xmas presents. What did you get?
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    Rules:

    1. Every week there will be a subject for you to model along with a time limit. You should spend no longer than the allocated time, then post a render of your model. As in most challenges like this, your honesty on modeling times is essential. How you interpret the brief is up to you as long as the final model conforms to what is asked for.
    2. Post a wire-frame and a render at 800x600 or larger.
    3. LightWave must be used for modeling. 3rd party Plug ins are allowed.
    4. You can enter as many times as you like, posting each in this thread. If you run over the time, the model can still be posted but won't be subject to the judging.
    5. Time spent on texturing, setting up a scene for a render and rendering is not included in the allocated period.
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    This week's topic is : Xmas presents. What did you get ....? I will allow socks. :-) Come on make us all envious with your fantastic xmas present (If you didn't get what you wanted you can post that instead, I won't tell, honest!).

    Time Limit - 90 minutes, I'll give you an extra 30 mins of nap time if you're hung over, or you have a really intricate present.

    Deadline: Wed. 4th January 2012. 22:00 G.M.T.

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    Looking forward to seeing what y'all got

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    Entry: MugSet_wireframe

    I only got books for xmas with this pretty basic coffeemug as the exception... Decided to do the packaging as well since it would have been pretty boring if I hadn't

    the modeling took me 65 minutes



    Happy holidays BTW guys

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    Looks good Artgoblin, lovely wires there.

    I had some of these. There are a few missing now... but it is christmas!


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    Wow very nice XswampyX, instances?

    I don't want to model socks Maybe other year's present =P
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    I get a foot long Toblerone every year (titter ye not!). This year's was almost gone by the 27th-that's a lot of chocolate
    40 minutes modelling.
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    Love the texturing of the toblerone Iain, you have obviously studied it in depth.

    Yep, it's instances. Nothing we couldn't do before using DP's great plug-in, but it's too easy now. Expect multiple models for the foreseeable future!

    Great work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XswampyX View Post
    Love the texturing of the toblerone Iain, you have obviously studied it in depth.

    Yep, it's instances. Nothing we couldn't do before using DP's great plug-in, but it's too easy now. Expect multiple models for the foreseeable future!

    Great work.
    Thanks-I did look very closely. Not entirely happy with the results though.

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    Thanks, here are the wires...



    Lightwave didn't really like the fosters texture, came out all right in Octane. Must be a in some strange colourspace.


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    Slick work guys !

    Here's some textures and shaders slapped on...


    Happy new year !!!

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    All entries are remarkable. Nice box ArtGoblin. Nice can XswampyX. The modeling efficiency is very nice on both. I live close to the machinist who invented the pull top can (not sure if he's still alive.) A visiting relative thought his house was a hospital.

    My present is the same as my wife's. We give each other "the moon and the stars". Maybe a star ornament or a card or a box of glitter...You get the idea. Ninety minutes appreciated.



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    Whoa! awesome modeling rabbitpenny!

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    My wife bought me a magic wand that you can train to operate your TV, Sky Box, etc.

    Here's the wires, will see if I have time to texture her later (55 mins modelling time).

    Oh, you can look at the wand here: http://www.thewandcompany.com/
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    stevenpalomino: Thanks. But, if I animate him, I'll half to work on the poly flow.

    Waves of light: Very nice modeling. Very nice gift. I don't know about "Avada Kedavra" or "Cruccio" but I could go for "Stupify" for some shows on TV.

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