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Flash112 Aug 27 2011, 10:04am says:

You probably should make the background or the model darker, because its kinda hard to see, and the thing its standing on (dont know the correct word xD) it seems too small and unstable (i looked at reference images and it was bit bigger) also i think it lacks a bit in detail on the back, like where the wires would go and so on, other than that looks great! ;)

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cW#Ravenblood Aug 27 2011, 10:26am replied:

Thanks, yes, I'll probably update the pic that you can see it better. For the back I have no references etc., so I'll need to find some.
For the food I look what looks good. :)

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Flash112 Aug 27 2011, 2:15pm replied:

To avoid problems in subdivision you can add additional loop cuts where you want corners to be sharper...

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cW#Ravenblood Aug 27 2011, 7:54pm replied:

Yes, I know that and I worked for it. But for the face where you normaly see the pic it didnt work. I wanted to extrude it in and it always went round, also with additional loop cuts. So I extrudet it in after apllying the modifier.

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A monitor/television model I made today in Blender 2.58 and I think it turned out pretty good for my skill level. Had some problems with Subdivision but at the end I mastered it pretty well.
Constructive critism is welcome :)


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