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Old 06-11-2004, 08:35 AM   #1
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I want to model, almost try it, this space girl. What is the best method to make every part of the armor? Thx
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Default Re: Space Girl

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I want to model, almost try it, this space girl. What is the best method to make every part of the armor? Thx
Nurbs or SubD, whatever youre more comfortable at (or you want to get more experience with...)
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Old 06-11-2004, 02:47 PM   #3
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When i modelled it i used nurbs to layout the shapes then converted to polys to detail it.
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Ok guys....thx for the advice.....If I get something acceptable I post in WIP seccion.
Thx again
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I always use polys.. but thats just me..
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I think with nurbs you get more detail... but thats only my humble opinion...
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I would use polys but thats only because Im crap with nurbs
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