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Old 14-03-2004, 07:58 PM   #1
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hi all,

It's been a while since i posted anything here. I'm trying to model a sword and here r the curves that i've drawn.
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o0o0o0o0o0o....pretty.....

*watches your WIP as you model along your way*
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yeah ... pretty. But took lot of time to create them. Creeated them in Illustrator. This is the first time i ever tried my hands at illustrator
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an update .....

created some surfaces...
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Very cool. Are you doing these in nurbs or polygons? Looks like nurbs, but I can't really tell. Also, do you have a drawing or have in mind a design for the blade, handle, and other small features of the sword yet?
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Polys .

I've a little desing for the handle too. 'll upload it soon.
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update ....


i've not yet designed the blade . any ideas on blade ?
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here's the design for the handle ....
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Cool looking designs.
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How about something like this as a blade?
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or perhaps like this: http://www.magickcauldron.com/images...rds/uc1239.jpg
muahahah.... I love that sword. It's called the Sword of Darkness II.
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thnx for the blade designs .

'll try to model one of them
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Very Nice !
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I think it is a little too fanciful with all those curves but it depends on what you are making it for
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