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Old 01-05-2006, 09:17 AM   #1
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Hey all, Iím working on a security Mech type robot, comments are welcome so please donít be shy.









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Old 01-05-2006, 03:40 PM   #2
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This is cool, the vents on the side remind me of the warhammer 40k space marine dreadnoughts. Definately think that the model could do with more detailing to make it look busier, looks a bit empty at the moment. My only other crit is that it looks a bit too square, personally i'd either make the tracks bigger or the main section smaller but that is just personal preference.

Definately looking good though, I look forward to the updates
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Originally posted by Rostoons
This is cool, the vents on the side remind me of the warhammer 40k space marine dreadnoughts. Definately think that the model could do with more detailing to make it look busier, looks a bit empty at the moment. My only other crit is that it looks a bit too square, personally i'd either make the tracks bigger or the main section smaller but that is just personal preference.

Definately looking good though, I look forward to the updates
Hey thanks. Yea at the moment itís looking a little bare on the sides and all,, but Iím working on some normal maps to fill in the blanks.
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Old 03-05-2006, 10:09 PM   #4
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Man 90 something views and no posts? you all hate me that much?:p
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yeah, R-Tillery, we do! :p

just kidding.

I really like it. It's nice, Nothing to crit.
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needs more guns or more sights or some lazers ..

how freaking cool a bot with freaking lazers hehhe
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Originally posted by MattTheMan
yeah, R-Tillery, we do! :p

just kidding.

I really like it. It's nice, Nothing to crit.

LoL,, :lmao:
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