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Old 07-07-2010, 01:22 PM   #61
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This is going to look great textured, cant wait.
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Thanks mate!!!! yeh I have not touched it for a few days...got stuck on the Spitty again!!!! cant get the mofo UV's to work????????

I will be trying to do more on the weekend..I hope.

Hows the Star Wars going??? Looked really cool the last one I saw!!! Love your work mate

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really impressed on the subdiv? i am assuming on page four, great work!
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Thanks marlon...do you mean the wires??? I get confused between poly and subs??? I dont use subs to model if thats what you meant. Just plain boring old poly. But yes the meshes arent too bad...I try to keep them as simple as possible.

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P.S marlon...subdivision in my head is a housing estate LOL...the trouble being a Surveyor see..LOL
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Hi Bullet
When do you start that new contract, if its weeks away I expect to see some update on your projects............LOL.......dave
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Started already mate....siigghhhh..not going to Broome now!!! Surveyors up thyere have it covered. I have a MAJOR redevelopment in Subiaco (affluent burb) in the city of Perth. Its a MAJOR pain in the coight. You should see the services we have to install. My 3D modelling will now be more work and not Me-262!!!!

I will have to teach myself AutoCAD 3D now... I know a little bit of it but I will have to learn real fast.

I went back to the Spitty...those UV's still have me confused...thanks for your help BTW. I just dont seem to picture it right...my brain says the wing should be facing a certain way and when you told me all was good...well I had 6 thousand beers to try and correct it...LOL

I will do more on the Me tomorrow mate. Will start the side panels and seat.

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Ok Im in the shit with the missus...been a hard long cupla days modelling real life stuff. Tried to do a bit tonight...didnt really get anywhere. Got the rudder pedals done and the sides pulled out in the tub...sorry people..just too damn tired. All I can see are roads and pipes.

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This is just part of what I did today...real 3D stuff...siiiggghghhh
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Looks like you cockpit is comming on fine Bullet, The last shot do we have to gess what it is...........LOL.........dave

Edit: first gess, hotdog stand with a bad neone light setup,background picture of the crab nebular......LOL
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Its looking good bullet nice detail in the cockpit
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Thanks guys.

dave...its an estate of inner city living...what you see is Rainwater recycle tanks (red) 40m long and 2.25 m in diameter 6 m deep and the other is the pipe system to collect the rain. The rest are kerbs and roads. I am about 1/3 finished on that one...lots of calc and mayh..you can have a go??

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The blue is a 0.8m existing steel potable water mzain that goes acroos the site...I have to see and make sure the design pipework on (5) different component layers dont clash with it...1 already does...bahahaha typical crap design
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Ok dave you humorous chap!!! here is a vid of what Im doing instead of my belove Me....sadly its NOT fun...is depressing..taxing..lots of math etc etc. I HATE MY JOB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4090628/My_AutoCAD_Job_3D.wmv
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