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Old 09-04-2007, 11:31 PM   #1
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My third model. It's a combination of the Dreadnaught tutorial and the GI_Joe Tutorial from 3d-Palace.
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Old 10-04-2007, 05:20 AM   #2
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wow, it's phenominal! I have a dreadnaught myself, and I couldn't tell the difference! It's better than the miniature I have because it is a model you made, though, and it must have taken extreme effort!
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nice work man, you should have textured it, but its still some nice modelling
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bobalie: Thanks for the compliment! What's a dreadnaught anyway. I did a search on the internet but really didn't find anything.

youglion: Texture it? I'm now considering it. I was going to only focus on modeling and eventually rigging. But after reading another thread, I'm reconsidering learning other skills as well but keeping my main focus on modeling and rigging.

I'm praying that I'll be a good enough modeler/rigger in a couple of years to get some kind of 3d job. I know two years is probably not realistic but that's my goal anyway.
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hey perfecto great looking model.
man, go after 3d!! big idea!
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oh, a Dreadnaught is a miniature ( a tiny model that you paint and assemble ) of the Space Marine race/faction (Warhammer 40000)
(http://us.games-workshop.com/games/4...ad/default.htm)
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Wow...that's cool.
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