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Old 19-01-2011, 08:20 AM   #1
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Hey everyone, I think it's about time I post some work, so here is the latest project I'm working on. I've been working on it for 2-3 weeks now for a few hours a day at a time, depending on how much free time I have.

I'll try and update this regularly as I go, feedback is always appreciated.

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(Sorry if the images are too big, not sure how to scale them down here)
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Looks good skippyk39, I did down load the tut didnt get to the rotor yours looks spot on.........dave
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Thanks Dave!

Small update here, worked on the weapon under the Apache. Still quite a bit left to do on it.
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More work done on the weapon.
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Thats comming along nicely skippyk39 keep up the good work..........dave
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Nice modeling and nice details man!
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nice work mate.....thats coming along nicely!

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Thanks guys!

Another update on the weapon. I have a few minor details left to add to it, than I can move onto the next part.
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Very nice, would like to see more updates
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Started working on the tail rotor today. Got a few more details to put on the blades, than to add in the rest of the parts.
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Got some more work done on the tail rotor. Just need to add a few cables and bolts and it'll be done.
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Nice work, is the tutorial this detailed or have you added some your self,,,,,,,,,dave
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Nice work, is the tutorial this detailed or have you added some your self,,,,,,,,,dave
I haven't purchased the tutorial so I'm not sure how in depth it goes. I just grabbed some blueprints, some reference images, and started modeling.
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Evan better then, looking great..........dave
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