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Old 01-03-2003, 09:59 PM   #1
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Default Ideas for you

Hey, i know lots of you just dont know what to model. I really like technical stuff and its so open that here are a few of my ideas that you may of previously heard, and new ones:

- Spider Tank (4 legs supporting a tank like object, with massive cannons)
- Mecca Gargoyle (Gargoyle style character, all decked out in metal)
- Alien robot race (Robots, with long skinny arms and feet, but with massive hands and feet)
- Futuristic Car (something unique, and very futuristic, out of the norm)
- Mech Warrior (Played Mech Assult, or Mech warrior? Well model your own mech, like a madcat!)
- Cyborg (half human, half robot, stuff like that is allowed)

ALright, I dont want to give out too many ideas, these are just if you really cant think of anything . Cya.

EDIT - another cool design would be to model a Cyber Dragon .
"I should call you sugar maple tree cause i'd totally tap that" haha

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Old 11-03-2003, 10:22 PM   #2
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Good work!

Sometimes i get short of ideas and those would be useful. Here is mine.

To do tutorials on how to make objects spherical ones coming out of bank of clouds and moving them apart and stuff like that
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