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Old 16-03-2011, 10:26 PM   #16
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wow man that does look good mate
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Looking great. My first thought seeing these updates was Star Wars. I like how you added your speed machine to the scene. No crits from me, I just can't wait to see more updates now.
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mmmm sexy stuff!!!

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Thanks guys!

Not done too much more since the last update, but it is getting there, still quite a few more little bits and pieces to model and then I might start thinking about the texturing.
I'm pretty positive that I won't get it all textured and lit before the end of the month, but Im not really worried about that, I'd rather do it properly than rush it, so I'll probably just enter an Occlusion render if its only half done by that time.
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did you just model all those bumps and bricks?
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I did indeed Chirone, the poly count isn't that high so not troubling my PC just yet...lol
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Jay's comments says it all...sexy. It's making me want to join back in. Looking forward to seeing more progress on it.
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That looks pretty badass, very detailed. /random ninja smilie
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