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Thread: 3d hand made intro

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    This is just the first part of an intro for a commercial site I am building. Can you tell what you think of this? I f you'd make changes just tell me... colors, sizes, everithing!

    ttp://www.macmatteo.bbk.org/prove/LAintro2.html

    NOTE
    The 3d effect you see is hand made, no swift or 3d studio, unluckly there's nothing like that for mac :-(

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    Smile

    oh it's not bad = )
    but what is it ? i don't understand ...
    also don't know the meaning of it...

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    Is it finished or is there more. Is that your logo or what?

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    This is only the first part of an intro I'm bulding... obviously it's gonna last more the finished one. The thing that you see extruding is a stylized leather.. you know this intro is for a tannery's site.
    I wanted feedback and comments because I was not sure if the 3d effect is good, I'd like people to think that the object has bet sawed from the background... do you think i did it?

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    Maybe if you made saw strokes it would look like it. Right now it looks like a laser is cuting from inside and then it gets pushed out. If the lines cut then paused cut then paused it would have a saw stroke.

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    Yes, in fact my aim is to have a laser effect but i didn't know how to let you understand i wanted the logo to be cut off. What i'm looking for now is a sparkling effect for the laser when cuts the edges of the logo

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    Yeah that's what I'm talking about! The laser coming in from somewhere then cut it out. sounds cool. repost when you are done. I wanna see it.

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