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Old 19-12-2004, 08:02 PM   #1
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Haven't had time for maya the last few weeks due to college but now i've got a few weeks off so i hope to get back into maya, do some more work on "Pak Mei" and a few other projects.

Up untill now i've only ever made levels for unreal so i thought i'd try a weapon mod. I've been told upto 400 polys is ok for a gun so this should be okay at 320-something tri's. Colt Commando.

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Argh, i completly forgot their was a game art challenge going on. So i'm going to turn this into a character with weapon and enter it. Here's the new thread click here
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