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Old 06-01-2004, 10:00 PM   #16
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really hmm cause i have not had much problem yet. This is the same way Forum models. But thanks anyways
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I would leave the texturing and glossyness of the car until you have finished modelling a> it will reduce your render times and b you cant properly appreciate how it will look until you are finished the modelling.

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yeah your right it was just a test. But when i render out other updates i will be leaving it to gi joe.thanks
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here is the front grill did really know how to make it but this looks just like the ref pic minus the vw emblem. the beams are a big block i need to fix that later.
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whats are the #'s for your renders? the car door one looked perty
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