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Old 13-11-2002, 11:00 AM   #1
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ok, roman, you talked me into it. and i have a nice idea. as you guys seem only interested in the hero or villian i will make a vehicle for one of them (not sure yet if it will be hero or villian vehicle). i have seen no age restriction - i mean how old the hero has to be. so i shrunk him a bit and put him into kindergarden

and as he is in kindergarden, he will have a 3 wheeled thing (don't know the name for it - a trike without engine ) and he has to use his super muscle to accelerate it.

edit: sketch updated from the scrappy mspaint to something which i call the last sketch - and now i will have to learn curves and nurbs

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hehe.. nice to have you in babyduck.. :p
kindergarden.. hehe nice idea man.. hope you start soon..
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i will start as soon as i have a paper finished - it is due friday
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ok, i updated the sketch on first post. now going to do the next steps inside maya ...
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started modeling today, this is the front wheel as far as i have it now:
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hehe... nice start.. update fast.. :p
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the powerpuff girls??? hehe... my small sister loves em' so much
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Old 21-11-2002, 05:09 PM   #8
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tiny update of front wheel: added some spokes.
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lookin' nice man.. keep it up!
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well roman, maybe you are the only one caring, but here is a a bit progress. technical things are not easy to do, as everything that i add is in final detail, so i can only add piece by piece
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Hey I am interested

Nice start it reminds me of the rugrats bike!:p
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Originally posted by 3djoe
Hey I am interested

Nice start it reminds me of the rugrats bike!:p
cool, if you want to model a rugrat, i could put it in the bike
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Hey Im not that good at modeling yet as I am a noob but maybe Ill try.:banana:
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well thats np man.. about the adin' bit at a time.. just remember the challenge is over on the 8th of Dec.
keep it up man.. ! :p
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Originally posted by Roman
well thats np man.. about the adin' bit at a time.. just remember the challenge is over on the 8th of Dec.
keep it up man.. ! :p
8th december is two weeks from now, plenty of time - at least if there would not be other things to do as eating and sleeping. you can make a bed and a pizza w/ maya, but it is just not the same as the real thing
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