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Old 29-05-2005, 07:47 PM   #91
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Looking nice K...
First time i saw this too, been away for a month or so..

I'd have to say two things on it..if i might

The joint where the wings fole up.. Is a bit short.. On the actual plane, it rides from the front edge of the wing, all the way to the Flaps...

and the textureing if, your still working on that...

The grooves, between body panels, Only need to be dark enough, to look like theres a light buildup of Dust and dirt in them.. just barely visible,.. if you're going for a realistic effect for it..The planes themselv, are normally a color that falls between Dolphin Grey, and Dark Ghost Grey...if that helps you any

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Old 31-05-2005, 03:13 PM   #92
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Thanks for the comments. I know there would be a lot of stuff to fix in this one. At the time I did this I didn't have too good reference. Now I do (took tons of photos at an airshow).

Anyway, I don't think I'll re-open this project anymore. Busy trying to get a living...
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Old 01-06-2005, 03:03 AM   #93
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wow..i just realised the date on this project..LoL

didnt realise the thread hadnt been posted in for a year..
Either wya, still looked pretty good bro...hate to see itgo unfinished..but i understand the living thing.. thats whats keeping me out of maya right now..><..

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