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Old 03-05-2004, 11:47 PM   #1
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It seems that every modellers needs to have modelled a car in their time, so heres my attempt

Been working on this for about 6hrs and currently at 11000 polys

Let me know what you think ill keep you guys posted as I make modifications to it
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heej coool! I love to watch this baby grow!!
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this is what it looks like when mirrored just to give u a better view of the thing

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oeef! big image! :S

is there any progress going on ?
what are your next steps ?
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well there are some issues between the 2 wheels that im not terribly hapy with so ill fix that first but then i have to figure out how to do headlights anyone got any good ideas for that?
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