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Old 20-02-2011, 11:35 AM   #301
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ooooooohhhhhhhhh Im watching...you have a fan!!! yay
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you would be surpised how little refference there is for this ship on the net, it certainly slowed me down a bit!
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Holy cow, that looks amazing Paldav. Hell of a lot of details going on yet it does not look overcrowded think you got it perfect.
Be good to see some wires if you get a chance.

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well Im shattered...work on Star Wars is apparently a cliche in the CG world mate...and Im so overcome with the bloody great models you are making...to send them a complete and utter rebuff...because this is just damn fine work my man...damn fine...god that looks so detailed! dont stop...

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I agree, very very nice looking model paldav. Good job!
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Woah! Sweet-ass modeling man!
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thanks very much guys, got some wires here..feel like a bit of a cheat because its just boxes, nothing fancy
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still looks good...doesnt matter about the boxes man....still cool
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Ahh the medical frigate......nice job. Yeah theres not much ref on it at all, even the blue prints stuff is wrong too. Perhaps some screen grabs from Empire would help, i'll try and post later
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cheers guys, i have got some grabs from empire,and a very revealing shot from beneath from jedi..good idea jay!
hope to post soon, although new info means bit of a rebuild!
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does this help paldav?? you probably already have it. Its in the 'N' category

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http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Categ...drawing_images

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cheers bullet, i have that drawing...but hey, good page!
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Bummer...sorry then mate...but yeh COOL page eh!!! I have it bookmarked for further use LOL...if I ever get a model finished of course...Im starting to sound like Acid methinks LOL...4000 models on the go
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Had to use slight artistic interpretation but kept as close i could, the main vague area was just behind the main front bit, also its wrong were it connects to the engine so that and the spine is next.
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Getting back on track now and am re doing the main front hull, spine and engine piece finished.
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