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Old 06-07-2004, 09:40 PM   #1
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Talking T-18 TANK

after seeing a bunch of WW2 stuff, i decided to go back and redo my T-18 tank for my demo reel so someone can feel sorry for me and give me a job.


still not done. haven't layedout uv on the back ect..

thinking about putting more scorch marks.

also trying to figure out mental ray, still have a long way to go.



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Old 06-07-2004, 09:47 PM   #2
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it would have to have a diff background to be able to give props on the textures but the model looks great.. adn maybe its my eyes but i think your top hatch may be alil off... it would look cool with rivets in those black holes and maybe some texture on the tank treads.. but overall sweet deal d00d... still better then what i can do beers!!
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Thanks for the feed back. here is a wireframe if anyone is interested.


this is an older version.

http://www.spacejunk.org/chian/t18wire.jpg
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Looks great so far!! Keep it up!!
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nice tex...but I find some edges to sharp...looking at your wire I see you have used just a cube...maybe you can add some extra edges to make it more realistic ----> good job dude keep it going..
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