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Old 09-09-2006, 01:31 PM   #1
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Default Jedi-Starfighter - 2nd model

Hi all, had no time to do much my buisness has been busy etc but finaly found some time to do some more learning.

Starships etc have always been a keen interest for me to try my hand at modeling so I thought I would try and learn a bit from the starfighter tutorial on this site.. (Btw absolute class tutorial Kurt..)

So here is a shot (800*500, previously 1680*1050) of just the cockpit body etc being refined before adding rear deatails etc...

Please give any feedback, ive yet to fully understand the sculpt tool kurt uses, it seems a nice idea but even with changing some spinners I dont get the feel im doing anything? Its an odd feeling and It makes me feel not in control for some reason..

So on that note I just made refinements with vertices,, seems to of worked out semi ok..


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