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  09 September 2013
very VERY dumb noob question

hello everyone

i am new on the 3d world and recently i started to modeling my cellphone, unfortunately he is a old one with a lot of little buttons, and that is just the problem...the buttons apparently have a look very simple to make but i found out that is not that easy to model
i want start with the buttons, that looks more complicated...





my question is..how should i approuch this? i tried makinf on block and duplicating..and again in only one piece..but i just cant get the right look..



how i do this?
 
  09 September 2013
and by the way...how do i post more images? the attachments cant really support more then 3
 
  09 September 2013
Use an imagehost for uploading your iamges, copy/paste the link.
Try a better thread title next time.
 
  09 September 2013
thanks! what u mean by better thread? the title?
 
  09 September 2013
Originally Posted by dimivs: thanks! what u mean by better thread? the title?


Yes, he means the title of your thread. Try to find a title that indicates what the thread is about. Titles like "HELP!" or "I have a question" will keep many people from ever clicking the thread.

As said, upload your images to an image host like imageshack.us, then post the links here.
 
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