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    Quote Originally Posted by bellmore View Post
    Here is a tobacco pipe that should fit on the shelf.Attachment 119774Attachment 119775
    I never knew Ambassador Kosh smoked?
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    My case of CD-R's on my shelf. Sorry I know the surfacing is terrible but I couldn't remember how to get the nice anisotropic reflections on the CD surface.


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    A Bowers & Wilkins A7..
    Didn't get time to finish the panel on the back with the cone part.. missing various power and data ports.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bytehawk View Post
    USB drive
    modeling - was really tight but made it in 60 minutes
    used meta mesh a few times

    assigning surfaces was done after modeling
    surfacing about 1 hour
    setup scene and rendering an extra hour

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    That's the best use of meta mesh I've seen so far, can't even tell where it was used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djwaterman View Post
    That's the best use of meta mesh I've seen so far, can't even tell where it was used.
    Thanks, I did clean up the tri's a bit. It's compulsive - wherever I see adjoining tri-s I merge...
    used it on the black handle, and the small-hole near the CE anf FCC logo
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    I tried with edges gradients ,, and this is my first challenge,,,Click image for larger version. 

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    My entry:


    Roughly 20 minutes of hard surface modeling, no chance to refine further due to snowstorm. Box, Bevel, LWCAD, 3rdPowers Boolean Tool.
    (LWO to PM'd later... Need to blow snow to get to work...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by nnabdu View Post
    I tried with edges gradients ,, and this is my first challenge,,,Click image for larger version. 

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    WELCOME to this addictive challenges nnabdu! I'm happy you joined us. Nice cup you got there.. I imagine you can just press down your thumb on that lever-ish thing to get the just right amount of tea/coffee

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    Ok everybody, a couple more hours to model now, and I just want to remind you of posting your .lwo-files if you like. Not a criteria to win, but it would be more fun for me, setting up a judgement-day-scene ;-)
    Great modeling you all!

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    Here is my file. I included the scene file and image files as well.
    usbdrive.zip
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    I hope this works...

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    A zip file containing the model and image used...
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    A Google Nexus 7 tablet. It's under 60 minutes - but without buttons and sockets.
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    Anyway, i post here also fully cooked version, it took about 3 hours:
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    Files (contains all versions):
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    I thought of what is in the shelf in my refrigerator and made these Jones Sodas.
    Modeled in about 20 minutes. Setup was about an hour.
    I could have continued to play with the texturing of the glass, still doesn't look right

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    Here's the model with IFW2 nodes replaced. Note, all the surfaces are set up for sRGB.

    Now, which of many junk drawers do I open up for the next challenge?
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