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DougG
03-08-2003, 06:58 AM
Hey Everyone,

I'm working on this project for a final project in my senior thesis project class at NYIT. Our team has decided to create a racing animation for the final project ( think pod racing ). Anyways I'm in charge of creating the track and the enviornments. Let me know how it looks :D .

C&C would be greatly appreciated :thumbsup:


Thanks!

http://www.nfinitereality.com/joker/FinalHeatCgTalkBig1.jpg

http://www.nfinitereality.com/joker/FinalHeatCgTalkBig2.jpg

http://www.nfinitereality.com/joker/FinalHeatCgTalkBig3.jpg

aenema
03-08-2003, 06:59 AM
yay it works now. looks awesome, cant wait to see the animation :thumbsup:

whats macrosoft ;) heh

killahsin
03-08-2003, 07:02 AM
ok it worked lol

great work, i know you have spent plenty of time for it. Can't wait to see the final animation

aazimkhan
03-08-2003, 08:39 AM
crazy...thats awesome set.
I wish i could share work so that ..my final work looked better.

killahsin
03-08-2003, 11:23 AM
er joker did that totally by himself hehe, with alot of crits from me thats about it. Textures and everything. I believe the rest of his team are working on the racing models. I have to give him alot of credit here. He has worked non stop for the past 3 weeks on this. I keep trying to get him to go outside and see the sun.

but he's my bro and i am very proud of how far he has come. :beer: :thumbsup: :applause:

though i do think that NfiniteReality.com Billboaerd should be bigger!! hehe =)

DougG
03-08-2003, 06:07 PM
Thanks for the comments :). As more of the project gets finished in the comming weeks I'll post more work and animations.

stephen2002
03-09-2003, 12:18 AM
looks nice, however the texturing on the background buildings is very tiled. I suppose we won't notice that when the racers are in place and whizzing by. Looking foreward to the animations.

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