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[4E4] - Looking for Team?

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Hey all, I want to enter for some experience in C++ with a team. I have steady knowledge of the basics of C++, but I want to learn more. I'm good with making backgrounds and stuff in my nice photo editing program - Adobe Photoshop CS. Can make terrain easily. Also, I'm pretty good at modeling static (non-moving) models. My animation skills aren't the best. First poster to ask for me gets me. [Edited by - orcfan32 on July 20, 2005 4:36:18 PM]

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And some work samples are definitely in order.

Can you texture your models?

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Sorry, haven't checked back here in a while. Let me get some stuff ready...

BTW, how do you display images on the forum? [ img ] and [ /img ] ?

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I will be able to provide GAME RESOURCES as my C++ skills are lacking the more advanced stuff. I can get you real-looking pictures of terrain, such as dirt and grass, etc. Also and 3ds MAX users read P.S. at bottom.


Here's a house that I made:


Here's a little robot I made. It looks like a Moon Rover so I called it "Rover Bot".


Here's a polygonic man model. None of the objects in these pictures are bones; they are simply pyramids.



P.S. I will get some more on soon enough. I need to figure out how to texture models in 3ds MAX6. If anyone could tell me how then that would be great and I would be able to get a few more on. (In gMAX it's a lot easier to texture..) Also, if anyone has 3ds MAX5, maybe they can tell me how to do it in there. It's probably the same.

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