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Old 11-07-2009, 08:49 AM   #1
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So Today i Decided that i was going to Model Optimus Prime

hahah i must be crazy

here is the what i got so far

just a million more parts to go :headbang:
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I like the render very cool!
Go for that robot
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Old 11-07-2009, 02:16 PM   #3
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amazing start the detail so far is spot on i look forward to seeing more

what references are u using? are u using image panes or just modelling from pictures?
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I thought so....... :bandit:
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loviing the tutorial! going to give OMG project a shot
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i take it then you're modeling after the micheal bay optimus?
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Will he transform ?
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Hey, this is looking pretty good.

Are you going to ^up^ the polys? Make some of the shapes smoother?
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what giant feet you have!
(does the one from the movie have such massive legs?

i suppose if you're doing this as a tutorial you wont be going back to change anything that's already been done, right?

i think the real test to see if you got the proprtions right is to have it transform, but meh...

nice work so far though
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It is getting up there lovley details ... go for more :p
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whoa ok this is really cool. I bet your going to have alot of fun adding textures and scratches and stuff!! I definetly want to build something like this so i can texture it. Great work!

If you ever need help texturing id love to help
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