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Buildings Rialto Towers In Melbourne

Discussion in 'Buildings' started by The Funky Monk, Sep 2, 2014.

  1. The Funky Monk

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    My favourite skyscrapper.

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    You don't feel brave enough to attempt it yourself?
     
  3. The Funky Monk

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    I can't do real buildings. I struggle with making it up myself.
     
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    Oh...I thought you had done some before.
    I still want to learn and I'm hoping the tutorials Monty and the others were talking about go ahead. I need the "making a cxl building for dummies" book :)
     
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    I can make buildings off the top of my head, just not real stuff like what Monty and nicko do.

    You should start by having a look at 3ds max tutorials on YouTube. Get familiar with the program.
     
  6. KevinTheCynic

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    Heya Funky, that's a cool suggestion for another set of towers and based on the pics you supplied, I reckon we should take the suggestion further and include the bridge from the night time picture!
    I think it's the Queensbridge Street bridge. Mind you, the Sandridge pedestrian bridge is pretty nice too.

    And I kinda understand the reluctance to do modding, I have no patience for it and I get pissed off when I can't get my head around some aspect or another of modding (old dog, new tricks and all that).
     

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