View Full Version : My first project and thankyou.
07 Dec 2004, 18:38
A big thanks to Arno, for helping me with a few points I had, during the week, and to all those guru's out there who's tutorials guided me. Here are some screenshots of the scenery I was developing. It's not finished yet and it is my frst ever project so please be gentle :)
Opinions are very welcome. (Underlying scenery is Visualflight's VFR Photoscenery and VFRTerrain)
Impressive level of detail, looks great :D.
08 Dec 2004, 10:06
Thanks Arno! :D
That is incredible! Well done man!
SOOO much detail youve put in, and I love the maze!!! :D
08 Dec 2004, 12:36
Thankyou so much for your praise. I have had more comments on the maze than anything else :) It took me nearly a whole day to model. I'm glad everyone noticed it :D
02 Jan 2005, 09:18
Absolutly jaw dropping stuff. I cannot begin to imagine how you did that. I don't suppose that you may write a tutorial on how you did it? There are morons like me who need all the help they can get. :p
You have blown my first attempts not only out of the water, but out of the universe :rotfl:
Well done m8. I will definetly download that when it becomes available.
02 Jan 2005, 09:50
Thankyou Manfred, I'm honoured by your response :D
I am not too sure of my abilities to write a tutorial, but thanks for your faith in me anyway. I have a huge admiration for those who take the time and have the knowledge to write tutorials, without them I would not have even started.
But I can direct you to the website with very concise tutorials, that helped me. I thank the Windowlight design website and this very forum for my knowledge. http://www.windowlight.co.nz/design.html
You may already be aware of these tutorials, however I found them most helpful to get started with GMax.
If there is anything in particular I can assist with, I would be only too happy to help. But writing a tutorial, is beyond my level of knowledge, at the moment.
Some more screenshots, incase anyone is interested :
08 Jan 2005, 09:01
Very nice! Keep up the good work! :)
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