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Old 01-04-2007, 01:37 AM   #1
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heya folks, here's a preview of my good old ibanez guitarit's a model i started shaping quite some time ago and i think i'm not a long way off as far as the modelling part is concerned. i'm still relativily fresh to maya&3d so i haven't gone past the basics of texturing yet, i hope to do it soon though. critics&comments are welcome,cheers
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I like it mate, I've not seen an Ibanez for about 7 years up close but they make some cool shaped guitars. I'm no expert but I reckon your model looks pretty cool, if maybe a little sharp edged neck upwards? Can you post a ref of the one you're modelling?
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I like it quite a bit! You should deffinitely make a series and texture it all. Make a vintage and a double staff! That'd be cool!

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cheers for the comments! i've done some extra tweaking on the model and put on some textures, gonna do some more work soon so i'll upload it in a day or two. anyway here's a a pic of the real thing, dust included ofc
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Old 04-04-2007, 07:27 PM   #5
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wow i like it alot to be honest, no crits at all... i highly recommend you texture this this would be a stunner i reckon
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