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Old 27-12-2002, 10:50 PM   #1
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Spent alot of time on this please let me know what you think. THanks,
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Here is an older version of it (different light covers) but it was a quick composite test just for fun. thanks,
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Nice job!!!! The paint seems just a bit to shiny still... lower it jsut a bit...
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Old 28-12-2002, 02:41 PM   #4
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I agree Kurt. I will lower it a bit. Thanks,
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yeah right... buhh... photo real. whats this for. yowzerrrrrrr..
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Put all of this work into these two models (raptor and jeep) for a 15 sec camera track. lol. Hopefully I can get some other use out of them. The raptors will be driving the Jeep down My Street, One driving the other hanging out the back window, I am going to make it look like it was ripped open. THanks For all of your replies guys,
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you should havie another one chasing after it!

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that would be cool! Here is a new update, lowered it a bit, and gave it some really good tires. Much better then mine, a friend gave the the model for the tires, so I just changed the tred a bit so they would be wider and I changed the texture so you could see the tred, made it brown. Let me know if you think it looks better or not. thanks,
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Still a bit to shiny... the windows look great.

Great work...
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oh! I thought that you were saying it wasn't shinny enough! since the last time you mentioned it, I actually made it more shinny. lol. oops, I will fix. thanks,
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