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Old 08-07-2007, 09:46 PM   #16
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Cool sword mate. Don't forget to model the rear of the car into this.
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Oh yeah, actually forgot about that... ive gotta get right on that one, haha! Heres a head concept im working on. Not sure if ill stick with it.
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You should make it more human. Try this

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that would look sick on there
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You've got a lot of work ahead of you if you do plan to do that head.
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AHahah yeah he would. I just google imaged transformer head and that one looked the coolest
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Oh I had an idea on where you could put the back section of the car. On his feet. Split it into 2 and have the wheels on it. Check this image
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