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Title: Coplanar Overlapping Polygons
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Make sure coplanar polygons don't overlap, and make sure overlapping polygons aren't coplanar, REGARDLESS of which way they're flipped.
   
 

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Title: TVLogos 101 Part1
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Don't let the title of this feature scare you away. While this installment, and ones in the future, will take more of a basic approach, just about any animator can find some useful information contained within
   
 

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Title: TVLogos 101 Part2
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Now is a great time to define surface names for the front, back, sides, and bevels of your text...
   
 

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Title: TVLogos 101 Part3
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First, we'll get into a basic anatomy of a reflection treament to achieve a metallic look.
   
 

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Title: 3D Garage
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Signature Courseware and Advanced Courseware - almost 50 hours of learning combined.
   
 

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Title: A Simple Particle Explosion
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I've noticed reading the newsgroups & such that a lot of people are interested in blowing things up! Although Lightwave doesnt have a "bomb" button, you can make your own explosions that look a lot more realistic. All it takes is imagination.
   
 

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Title: A Simple Puppet Hand
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This is the sort of thing you should be able to make in 10 minutes or so, (give or take.) All it takes is an understanding of some of the more basic tools available in Lightwave3D modeler. O.K then, roll up your sleeves & let's get stuck in!
 

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Title: Advanced Glass Setup
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fresh with the lightwave 7.5b update, newtek gave us a new gradient function called 'thickness'. since i prefer to work with gradients instead of plugins i started to play with this function to create nice looking glass.
   
 

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