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Old 18-03-2006, 05:53 AM   #1
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Default First Model Gundam Thing

Figured its about time I actually post some kinda work Ok, this was my first model, prior to this my the only tutorial I looked at was the nurbs section of Kurts cartoon dog tutorial. Figured I'd model something before using tutorials, then after to make a comparison in progress.



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Made 100% polys (except I did use 1 NURB). Wow, I learnt ALOT from this. Its pretty easy to tell which parts I did and in what order, just judging by how good/bad they are lol. Overall I think it turned out alright, but I learnt tons from it, so thats what counts. (Never tried to figure out texturing yet, so that explains the crappy colors).
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