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Old 18-12-2004, 04:58 PM   #1
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Default On Patrol, 3 Infantry Mechanized Tank Division. 2083, gallery submission

This took a while. The main ground background is a photo I took two years ago on an offroading trip. The rest is 3D and photoshop
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Monochromatic.
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Wow, wow , wow !!! I dont know what else to say
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Amazing, I really like the second and third pictures. Wow.
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the monochromatic image looks best in my opinion
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is it just me or is he good. was your mech bases off of anything or did u just have a small sketch or nothing. Very great work though. And i wish there was a tutorial for something like that and if there is and i dont know about it some1 inform me plz.
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Old 08-01-2005, 12:26 AM   #9
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looked at the picks some more and the legs seem a bit small for something that huge and the joints seem a bit small like they should have a bit more armor on them or something.

But other than that thats all i can notice and great job agian and i cant wait till i can make something like that. Just one question u mind posting a wireframe on one of the mechs so i can see a generall idea on how it was made. Thnx
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wow those look nice i think the 2nd is the best with the blue icy feel over it
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