iPod 5g

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  1. berky93

    berky93 New Member

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    I just finished my newest work, a detailed model of a 30-gigabyte fifth generation iPod. I am very pleased with the results, although I feel that if I end up using it in the video I plan to use it for I will need to continue tweaking...but that is jut the perfectionist in me.

    Anyway, I made everything entirely from scratch, including all of the textures and maps. I hope you enjoy!

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    any feedback/criticism is greatly appreciated.

    EDIT: scroll down for a larger (1280x800) version

    EDIT2: Here's the video I promised you all! I had to cut back a bit to complete it in time, but I think it still looks pretty good.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reW_aMOG1T4
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    Very nice, although I am not sure if it is just the picture, but the buttons on the scroll wheel look slightly blurry to me. Other than that, fantastic work.
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    if thats photoshop than omg i love you
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    Well, he's talking about textures and maps, so I would be inclined to believe this is a blender creation. Can I have confirmation on this?
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    It's actually done in 3ds max (a 3d modeling program) but the textures were done in photoshop.

    And I noticed the blurriness of the buttons too, it's just because of the low resolution of the render. If I rendered the image in a higher resolution, aside from taking forever, it would look much clearer. I'll put up a high-res version once I get it rendered...
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    I was close enough

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    Here is the large version. I guess rendering times weren't as bad as I expected. In this one everything is much clearer.

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    EDIT: Here's an updated version, I noticed a small error and corrected it. If you can spot the difference, you win!

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    The arrow on "videos" which is highlighted in blue in the menu changed from black to white, like it should be

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    Do I win?
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    you win!

    I noticed that I forgot to change that, and I knew that if I didn't fix it the perfectionist inside me would slowly drain the life from me until I was nothing more than a bitter, unfulfilled shell of the modeler I once was... ok maybe not that much, but it would bug me.
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    It looks very nice. Tell me, do you have any opinions in how one such as myself could start learning modelling? Any reccomendations on programs etc. (You have sparked my interest

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