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Old 01-08-2003, 06:15 AM   #1
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Hey Guys...

This hasd been done many times but I wanted to take a stab at it myself.....

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that's an excellent start. Yeah it may have been done before but dont let that stop you. At least it's not another bloody Car WIP

What modelling technique are you using?

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Hey Buddy,


I am using polygons as well as nurbs. I am fairly new to MAYA so I am mixing Modeling Techniques. I am just faking it really well so far but thank you so much. I really appreciate it!!!


I need all the help I can get




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hey that engine looks fantastic man.. i really want to see this wip take off.. should turn out pretty nice judging on the engine

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