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Old 14-08-2008, 01:53 PM   #1
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Ok so this is the most complex model i have ever worked on. Its been a great learning experience. Now more learning as I move on to the texturing.
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Hey,

Your model looks very solid!

Looking forward to seeing it textured, and rendered.

Nice work
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Old 24-08-2008, 12:28 PM   #3
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Here it is with the basic coloring on. I still need to do more but this is what i have so far. Feed back is always great! Thanks
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Old 24-08-2008, 06:10 PM   #4
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Color cleaned up just a bit more
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Old 25-08-2008, 03:29 PM   #5
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Here is the Mustang P51D with the bump on it. This is the most complete model I've ever done. I know it's not perfect but I'm proud of it so far and I've learned so much. Feedback is always welcome. Thanks!
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The first thing I noticed with this was the cock pit.
Overall the model looks great, however the first thing I thought was: is the cock pit backwards? Upon a google of the plane I see that your design is correct, but your angles seem to be a little too severe versus and image I have seen.




I've linked above 2 images which I think you may want to take a look at for cockpit reference.
Anyways, things are looking good. Keep it up!
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Ok this may be the last version of this model. I grunged it up a bit so that it looked a little bit dirty.
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OK here is the final render of this one. Thats all I'm doing with this for now.
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Looks very nice and clean!
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OK here is the plane used in a project I was working on. This was a lot of work but a great learning experience!
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looks cool!

I was working on a mustang a while ago but stopped. where did you get the details for the panel layout?
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I found the layouts online somewhere I have no idea where but if you are interested I can email them to you. Its not total blue prints or anything. Its just a side, front and top/bottom view combined.
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Here is a render of just the Dirigible.
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