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Old 23-03-2006, 01:22 PM   #16
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Tad bit more
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ok got most of the main framework down and such. just a few more parts to add, then i can concentrate on the transformation. and get a proper look at the robot.
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Old 23-03-2006, 02:29 PM   #18
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(this is only rough btw guys) not the final model hehe.
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Old 23-03-2006, 02:42 PM   #19
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Looking good so far, be intresting to see how it transforms
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yeah im testing the transform now mate. having a few problems, not so much with the tranformation more my inexperience of being able to do animation hehe, ill get there though i guess.
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If I was doing something like that think i'd use constraints to help in animating it. Dunno if you've used em?
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wow - great work so far Magicsy! I really like the bike - it reminds me of the bike from Akira. This is going to look excellent once finished. Good luck in the challenge!
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nice progress on the modelling magicsy, this should look cool transforming
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hi guys thanks for the nice comments!!
ok i have a rough animation, playblast, what do i go from here to get it up onto the Simply Maya website???
Thanks Sorry for been a bit Noobie hehe.
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erm i think i worked it out heres the link
its only simple but is on the lines of where i will be going, there will be proper arms, and some weapons too i the final.
http://media.putfile.com/Transmormation


LoL!! transformation hahah the video is a little streched n fast but u get the idea, thanks for looking.
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Ok i have begun working on the tires, just building them outwards, at the moment.
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heres some more progress guys, going for some high detail
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Looking good mate, whats the wheel like smoothed?
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thx pal, yeah every things going ok when smoothed so its all good. i keep checking incase it all goes wrong once smoothed.
Here's a close up of some detail.

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Nope ure right i missed where u was talkng bout ste, the holes in the disk, when smoothed go all ugly probs have to redo that part, and boolean a smoothed version.
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started the pipework.
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