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Old 22-09-2004, 09:47 PM   #1
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As soon as i've finished my x-wing and colt i'm going to model my new workspace and as this was on my desk tonight i'd though i'd model it so i can use it when the time comes. (It's not mine but i've always got peoples junk shoved on my desk)
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here's the real one. Sorry about the quality it's just from a web cam i've got hooked up to help with animation.
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Old 22-09-2004, 09:57 PM   #3
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Freaky Looks cool.
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Yeah..definately freaky looking, but it is looking good. Nice!
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cool work!!!
maybe you could make the hair more full and maybe longer....just like on your real "bird"(without wings???).
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naah....it's just fine! ...it's ready to save it till you need it for your project nice copy!
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yeah i not touching it untill i start my desk project. One thing i have learnt is to know when to stop because i've ended up messing up so many models through too much messing.

It shouldn't be long though as i've almost finished both my X-Wing and Colt.
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