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Old 18-03-2006, 12:26 AM   #1
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Started creating this today, hoping to get it done in between lots of other things that I need to do!!

Theres lots more modeling to do on it, plus the texturing, i'm gonna try and get my texturing up to scratch with this model.

Any C&C's appreciated.
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Nice start gster123. The handle is looking a little odd at the moment, though as you said, you are still modelling. Are you working from a reference photo? Any chance we could see? This should look cool once finished.
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Hello gster123,

nice choice and nice start.

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Old 20-03-2006, 11:09 AM   #4
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Cheers Guys

Arran, I'm using quite a few reference pictures so its kind of a mix between them.

Yeah, I need to sort the handle out, it bulges out on the wrong side!!

I'll try and have a bit of an update soon as i'm a bit busy at the moment.
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An old gun, de modeling looks good do far but i think there is a lack of details but maybe ou wlll add it with bumps.
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Yeah man, like I said gonna try to get me texturing up to scratch with it, still need to add loads more detail to it!
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im looking foward to see it textured.
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Managed to get a couple of hours in on this at last!

Added the rest of the flintlock mech and started on a very dodgy wood texture, this is the WIP for the first layer on the wood as I want to add the varnish and the wear and grunge etc on top.

As always C&C's very much appreciated

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i like it!!!
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