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Old 26-01-2011, 06:19 PM   #16
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I don't know what you plan on doing in the final render, but I definetly hope you plan on doing a close up fly by or something cuz I'm loving all the details. Looking really great.
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Old 26-01-2011, 09:19 PM   #17
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I don't know what you plan on doing in the final render, but I definetly hope you plan on doing a close up fly by or something cuz I'm loving all the details. Looking really great.
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Not quite sure yet what I want to do for the final render, but I am definitely getting in close to show off all the details.
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Old 27-01-2011, 06:55 AM   #18
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Just a small update today. Finished working on the tail rotor.
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F**k me that is booger mate...really booger
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Started working on the rear wheel/landing gear today. Got a good amount done on it.
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You have got good speed, I think Booger means great?..........LOL.........dave
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I hope that's what it means lol.
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Yes it does...in Australia...booger means the best pick LOL you get the drift.
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Yes it does...in Australia...booger means the best pick LOL you get the drift.
lol well thanks!

Almost done with the rear of the Apache, just need to put in a few bolts here and there.
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mate that is impressive......cant wait to see this puppy with some paint!!

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Thanks bullet!

I'm looking forward to texturing this eventually. I'm not looking forward to UV'ing every piece though.
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tooooooooo goooooood man!
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Thanks!

Finished up the front landing gear.
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Started working on the weapons attached to the wings.
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