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Old 26-04-2008, 12:55 PM   #1
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well this is my third complete model (and my first textured one) so any C&C
i know its not perfect (particurly the texture) but its the first time ive done alot of this stuff and i didnt spend that long on it so please bare this is mind
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Old 26-04-2008, 12:58 PM   #2
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where's the elephant"?
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oops just realised i forgot to post it
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It's a good start, but it seems to me it misses a lot of curvature, it looks a bit blocky atm.
But great start
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i had to smooth it less than i would have liked which doesnt help but some of its still a bit blocky
if i go back to it ill bare that in mind
any crits on the bump map? (i know its streched in some places)
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maybe you should touch up the bump on the back but the rest looks pretty decent
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bump map looking good,if u take my advise ... concentrate on each individual part and start detailing u can get ref images from Google.go for larger image ref so that u will have better view....:-)
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will do
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