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Old 31-08-2003, 05:47 AM   #1
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Default M2 Bradley _ demo model_WIP

Here is a new model I started last week for my demo reel. I am modeling an M2 Bradley. I went out and bought a nice scale model of it at the local hobby store and have been modeling it riviot by rivot. It's working out great because I was able to scan in a good front, top and side view from the modeling sheets. I am using Maya 5 polys. Comments and crits appreciated.

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an update, finished the rear, and now have moved to the interior.

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Old 31-08-2003, 05:52 AM   #3
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started on the interior.

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Old 31-08-2003, 05:54 AM   #4
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here is a better hires render of the interior.

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Old 31-08-2003, 07:25 AM   #5
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Looking good man!
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Nice Detail
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Looking good. Love the interior (didn't bother with that on my M1A1).
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Nice! Is it the Tamyia kit you are using? If so you might want to note that their floor armour is a little thin compared to the real thing. If it's the Academy kit they have the armour in better proportion and slightly better side skirts imho. Look forward to updates.
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thanks for the feed back guys. I am using the Academy kit. Here is an update on the interior. A few more hours of adding detail and a few pieces and the interior will be finished.

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another shot from the back
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updated_interior complete (M2 Bradley)

thanks for the feedback, I am pretty happy with it's progress. I finished the interior today and will start on the top tomorrow. Below is a render of the finished interior.

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Great detail. Not always the easiest to get reference material on.
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A good kit is essential when doing that kind of work, as there are essentially no good ref pics. Great work, like the details.
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dude u forgot to add the bolts on the steering wheel, kidding mate this is some seriously detailed work
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finially had time to finish off the back. Now work on the top begins. thanks for the crits guys

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