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Old 01-01-2011, 02:58 PM   #16
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Hey Bullet

Thats great mate, good progress, keep it going. Add a little more form to the shoes they look a little flat on the top, but I could be mistaken, I cant recall the ones I did LOL

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Happy New Year bro...thanks mate...nah they look ok to me LOL same shape as some of the crap the younger fellas wear LOL

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Hiya mate, it's looking really great. I couldn't find a really good ref of Jays model in regards to the bottom of the pants so I could be wrong on this but it looks like the pants conform to the top of the boots just a little too much, especially on the sides.
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Looks really good, doing well. You should have the scene files with the tutorial, have a look because that would be your best ref. Let me know if not and I'll send them to you for comparison
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Hey perfecto! how are you mate? yeh you are right they are a little hard...I will soften them whilst doing this part...thanks mate.

I have em Nilla...just had a look...mine are a tad too taught around the boots.

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Hows this guys?? a bit better?

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That looks a ton better, nice job.
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Thanks mate,

well here we go! this is the bit that will be epic fail LOL...I hate organics...anyway I shall give it a go.

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Well you cant hate organics that much - the shirt and trousers are hardly hardsurface

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LOL thanks mate...will see how much I get done his week, might be slow now I am back at work...sigh

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Ok its been like forever since I did anything...too many models..too much real life stuff getting in the way. I struggled in this part Jay...Im going to fall down big time here LOL...I HATE organics...

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Struggled?? Thats not the attitude dude!!! Do it or I'll send the boyz over

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You did a good job on the clothing thats organic, I would try and help you out here Bullet but I do not do box modelling..................dave
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thanks dave...yeh I will get Jays method down pat first then have a go your way...time is the factor as the game modelling is taking up a butt ton of my time.

LOL Jay I am doing part 8 as we speak...and no point sendin the lads my good friend...they are all up in the mines shovelling iron ore brother LOL.

Now that sucked...big time..that REALLY hurt my brain Jay LOL.......REALLY hurt....damn fine tutorial.

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Now its getting bloody hard Jay me old China plate...sheeeeesh...now I know WHY I HATE organic stuff...why it is so damn different from hard surface has got me buggered. Anyway part 9 demolished....albeit slowly. Give me an image of a turbo fan and I could do it with my eyes dhut....aaaarrrrrrgggggghhhhhhhhh

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