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Old 12-07-2010, 12:33 AM   #16
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I'm afraid I don't have z-brush Murambi so texturing will have to be done the old fashioned way . Just done the coat plus a bit of tweaking the shape here and there. The helmet in the back is just a quick one i knocked up.
Tomorrow I'll do the helmet shown in the tutorial. After that it's just the goggles and the small details that need to be done.
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Try sculptris mate...its free though so I dont know what the texturing side will be like...if at all any good

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I had an urge to finish this model in the last week. Here's a few updates. None of the pieces are joined yet and i still have a little tweaking to do here and there, but I don't expect the shape of either model to change greatly before texturing.
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sub'd (The parts of this model are not joined yet)
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You are doing well mate....will look good with textures!!

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