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Old 20-01-2006, 10:27 AM   #1
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I have posted this yesterday, but the file didn't upload corectely, so i have maked a new thread, and i've put my animation on the link below. I'll hope you like it, and again thank you KBrown for your apache tutorial! :bow: :bow:
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Perhaps this should be put in the "Finished Work" forum.

I noticed in your video that the camera shakes while the plane is passing beneath the viewers. I think this seemed a little strange, because the plane seems to be moving quite slowly, and doesn't appear to be able to create that much turbulence at such a velocity.

Apart from that, I think this was pieced together quite nicely, and I really like the textures you used for the surroundings.
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