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Old 25-01-2003, 06:59 PM   #1
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Default My first finished project : Final Fantasy X-2 Rikku's Weapon

This is as close as i could get.
I think my version is better than the ps2's one. :-)
Please criticize my work..!
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Old 26-01-2003, 12:17 AM   #2
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I must say that the knife looks pretty good.

Can you tell me about the hardest part (if any)? I'm just curious and try to pick up on polygonal work
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well all of the parts were hard if you think that i almost didn't know anything about poly-manipulation...but finally found out many things...
the blade started somehow like this: curves->planar (poly)->then designed on the blade the line that bumps a little up..using poly-spilt and then just selected the faces of the line and translate it a little higher and it started looking like a blade..(of course i did a little more tweaking later..)
As for the white spots..it is 3d paint, airbrush.

É don't think polys are so great (maybe later in the project they seem better), i first use nurbs and then convert them to polys.
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Here's a wallpaper.. (it's updated).
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nice work m8.. very nice doing for your first..
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