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Old 20-09-2005, 06:29 PM   #1
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This is something i've been working on the last few days and i was wondering if you have any suggestions about modeling or maybe even texturing.

I haven't done the wheels yet

http://it.hule.harryda.se/itda05/emiiva/spitfire.jpg

PS. i didn't use the spitfire tut.

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looks sharp!

is the cockpit too small tho?
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I'm guessing you havn't used any reference images? (ie image planes) It look out of scale in parts.
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no its exactly like the referenceimages i've got from suurland

supermarine spitfire mk22

Might be the angle and the camera i used when i rendered it.
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If you are using reference images then take a look at your wing profile. Your wing appears to be flat. You need to model an airfoil profile.

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looks damn cool, cant wait to see next pics :bandit:
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