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Old 18-04-2006, 03:09 PM   #46
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Its hard to tell weather you did that without the tutorial or not BECAUSe, you made the same mistake the tutorial made. If you look at your front bumper, a modena and a little edge that starts from the side of the bumper and then makes itself into the front vent. look at the image below
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THe tutorial from looking at the pics made that EXACT same mistake but so I would go and rework that bumper a bit if you want the modena feeling because youes just looks like a circle extruded but other then that,looks good. The paint is real nice
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Awesome model JDigital - well done mate - No crits from me!

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From the angle that the camera view is, you can't really see the underside of it to tell, but it does go the way it is suppose to.

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