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Old 20-10-2004, 04:10 PM   #1
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Didn.t know if this should go in here or in a WIP section..
Great tutorial this one, Paced exactly right and doesnt do everything for you..

Anyway, some shots of what I have done so far..



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Old 20-10-2004, 04:20 PM   #2
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Way to go buddy... Keep it up looking good... One suggestion add a few lights to brighten up the geo a bit.


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Old 20-10-2004, 05:48 PM   #3
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I have somehow put a seam down the body.. Cant get rid of the dam thing .. grrr
Yes the verts are snapped to the centre but I just cant get rid of the dam seam....
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you have a seam because the verts on the center line of each half arent merged together yet. Dont worry about that now it will be taken care of as you get farther into the tutorial.

Your model looks great so far, keep up the good work.
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It's coming along really nice. Keep it up!
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Looking really great so far....nice one..
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Very nice, good job.
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Looking good. You might want to scale the engines up in X and Y just a tad...
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Rotors now completed.. Still not happy about the Shape of the doors.. I will revisit them when I finish the tutorial...Not long now


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