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Old 17-03-2003, 08:05 PM   #1
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Default Off road Thunderbird

I did this in 8 hrs on Fri. I still need to do the textures, pulled the tires off of my jeep. Thanks!
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BTW I have now added body damage and a few textures, I will post an update when I get a chance. Its all Subdivisions, except for the tubes, those are Nurbs.
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it looks great !!! I wish I had more controll over subd's !!
but they just dont wanna play with me

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Old 17-03-2003, 10:59 PM   #3
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Ha hah!

That's great! I think I saw one of those drive by my house just now.

Can't wait to see it textured!!

Very nice.
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My father used to have a Thunderbird and he used to call it a Thunder Chicken.

Nowhere near as cool as this bird though.
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I am mystified about the tyre treads... Are they geometry or did you use bump/displacement maps? I've probably asked this before but I cannot remember senility must be creeping in...
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brian, you are going to add interior? or you just darken the glass? looks great so far
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wow brian .. i love the car it looks so solid and nice i was wondering if u could post a polygon/wireframe view of the car before you converted it into poly's ..

thx ..
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Umm. B4 I convert to Poly's? Little confused, I started with Polys...
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befoer you converted to subd's sorry.. my mind was wondering
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wow, awsome!!!

I have a question... how did you make the tires???
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I've asked him that before but he never answered.boohouuu
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When things slow down (in a week or two) I will post a tutorial here for you guys!
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Can't wait!
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Oooh!

An off-road tire tutorial from Brian?

I'm there!
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