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 Posted: Fri Sep 29th, 2017 10:37 pm
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Hi! :)
This week I´ve been modelling a wooden shed with that beautiful silver gray aged look outside keeping the inside as naturally aged wood.


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Thanks, Martin.  Very interesting.  :thumbs



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All I can see is a black rectangle!!!


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Nice Martin.

Ken, copy this into your browser and see what happens

https://youtu.be/VCXWRFLVxe0



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Great tutorial Martin. Many thanks.



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Thanks Sol but that came up with a blank page too (in IE) but I just tried the original posting in Chrome and it's fine.


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Excellent tutorial Martin, I will definitely make use of this method  :thumbs. I also watched how you made corrugated sheet afterwards, now that is a useful method!!

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