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Old 24-03-2009, 08:48 AM   #1
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I used the engine modelling portion of the Sand Speeder Tutorial to get started but this is going to end up in a jet bike I am modeling...I wanted to retain the sublte extreior appearance of a jet engine, yet underneath have all the good stuff, The hood will have rivets and brackets and will open just the way a real cowling does. Lemme know what you guys think
Still got a lot of work before the engine is done..

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Looking fancy

I find the detail on most of the engines from that tutorial absolutely insane, yours is no exception.
In ICT there are two kinds of people : Technically challenged artists, and artistically challenged technicians.

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