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 From:  rampackwobble
1708.1 
Hi,

still learning and playing. I think it must be time to read the manual (but where is the fun in that ?) as I could not get some things to work as expected. Still I know more than I did yesterday :)

Very impressed with how easy it is to draw out required shapes with outlines and then trim and join them together - worth the cost just for the 2d drawing set !

Should of made the buttons bigger.

Not happy with materials and lighting and I don't know how to add text for the buttons - obviously something else I need to learn in modo....

Any and all comments welcomed.

edit - forgot to say I've also just found out about the scripts you can download - very handy ! Thanks to the people who have been doing them. The ones I am using most are the quick zoom to one window and the inc/dec the grid steps.
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 From:  WillBellJr
1708.2 
I'm trying to ramp up my texturing skills also - however great modeling, very nice work!

-Will
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 From:  jbshorty
1708.3 
Good work so far. I imagine you want those buttons to look like rubber, not plastic? Then you need to use an SSS effect (maybe something like 50% diffuse plus 50-80% SSS). Also drop the specularity to about 5% and increase roughness to 100%. And front weighting can really help to get a nice SSS effect, even when you don't use a "backlit" setup.

jonah
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 From:  rampackwobble
1708.4 In reply to 1708.3 
Thanks for the tips - I will experiment a little and see what I can come up with.
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