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Old 13-02-2008, 09:45 AM   #16
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cool - nice modeling.
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Thanks arran

Heres a quick smooth bind to see how things are going.

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nice man, i think it would be better if you model him in T-pose, for future benifit. Also to see detail give it a little more light so we can give you some help.

For what i see it looks cool man, keep it up.
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Thanks Aiko

Snake is in T-pose, I just did a quick smooth bind test.

Better lighting next time
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the mechs are a bit weird, it look like there standing on there tip tows.

Maybe a good idea try and let them rest on a full foot. Cuz you have to imaging that there like a couple of tons.

Are you going to make actual hands?

I like the body of the mechs.

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Just don't like leg ,
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Hi vedic kings, I like your projects that's good so far of the Gekkou. tomorrow's weapon machine haha!

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