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Old Posted Apr 13, 2007, 8:32 AM
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Smile Oceanfront hotel tower

As I promised, I made an individual project. Unfortunately, I couldn't get stupid Kerkythea to work right (I had the faces showing the right way and the textures were showing up, but I could not select them to add reflections, and my windows were not transparent either). These were just rendered in good ol' Sketchup, and I think they're good enough.

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looks good

(nice car selection)
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nice./ residential right..?
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^ Nope, it's a hotel
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oo duh the tittle says Hotel. hahaha
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down with Kerkythea.
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down with Kerkythea.
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how else can we get reflective surfaces ? i cant figure out how to get my models into kerkythea
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I like it. Simple design, but it's good. Sometimes the most simple design is the best. And it looks like they're having a party.
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how else can we get reflective surfaces ?
Oh, how I wish I knew...
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I like it, foxmtbr. Are you taking reservations yet?
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It looks great! What is a good program to use to make those kinds of buildings and where can you get it? I would like to play around with it!
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Shouldn't you be doing Summer School?
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Cute...should be doing accounting work, but this would be more fun
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Most of us here on SSP use Google Sketchup. It's simple and it's free. What could be better?
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ahh , i thought it was reflections in the windows
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hmmm, sexilicious

(great eye-candy)
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