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    uli
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    Ok guys, I got really bored last night and I decided to go on a 5 hour html/css spree and this is what I pumped out. Usually when I do these kind of things I just update my own website that has some 3d, movies, and links. What I was going for here is a total css approach to the site, and you'll notice with css disabled its pretty bare. If you could give me any criticism or spot any cross browser problems that would be great :bandit:.
    http://uli.thunderstick.com

    -Uli

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    i'd change the fonts around, and move the naviagtion horizontaly on a bar under the mountains instead of the fade away.

    nice pictures though, i tried blender and this other free modeling program, but i gave up on trying to learn it, heh. i had a chance to use maya at a college once (i'm still in highschool) and maya was alot easier to use.
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    Off topic:
    You seriously modelled those? Really? You mean it?
    Sorry, I'm a bit stunned right now. I'm just learning Maya, and I can only hope one day to get that good...

    On topic:
    I don't know what other people think about this, but I like when images open in a new window. But perhaps that's just personal preference.

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    Hi - have you tried making the fonts a touch smaller? I am using Firefox 0.9 on Windows, and the font is slightly larger than what I expect on a webpage. Just a minor quibble. Otherwise, it's great. Well done!
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    Alright guys, I took what you said into account.


    have you tried making the fonts a touch smaller?
    I made the fonts a bit smaller. You're right, they were HUGE.

    You seriously modelled those? Really? You mean it?
    Yeah, I did...just stick to it and you'll get good. Looking back in retrospect, I really don't remember getting better - but thats because its a constant learning process.

    move the naviagtion horizontaly
    I thought about doing that in the beginning, but I like the simplicity of the site right now :alien:.

    -Uli

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    pretty nice 3d renders man and overal the site is simple yet nice accept that i cant read the Title.. i dont know if uve seen this b4 but ill post it anyways www.3dkingdom.org


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