Increase the radius of the GI and then up the ammount. Should improve things a lot.
Damn that looks freaking awesome what program are you using to make it?
EDIT: and how much time did it take btw?
se4b4ss, show us the latest progress on your scene already!
instead of reconstructing your lamp shade with a modified tube, why not just lathe the lamp shade? Also, try making something more complex like an office chair or telephone.
AmpsMight said:FIRST MODELING TECHNIQUE IN ANY SOFTWARE:
1) Make a cube, size it to just about the size of one the main feature (pool table = table top)
2) Go to subcomponent mode and select a face
3) Extrude the face making a new polygon growing off the old.
4) Resize the newly created faces and position vertices untill all is good
5) Smooth faces that need to be rounded off.
Lord Hyperion said:Not neccesarily ... if you use NURBS or BOOLEAN modelling techniques those will simply
not cut it, for mesh modelling I can understand where you're coming from though!