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Old 02-07-2010, 01:20 AM   #16
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bahahahah now you ARE in trouble!!!! Go to NASA or JPL mate...they will jhave refs for engines

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That's always the worst...

Your work looks good though
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Sorry not realy a update but a fix in the cradle (there was some distortion).......dave
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how bout a shot of the wireframe? i'm curious
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As requested Chirone
Do you mind what are you curious about, the cadle is made up of differant parts I think I could make one mesh but that would be time consumming............dave
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Old 03-07-2010, 01:21 PM   #21
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looks good dave...now that you have ribbed me...wheres and when my EXPLOSION...sigh

nah looks good man

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Hi Bullet
Nearly finished the engine just a thew damps to attach the engine to the cradle and a thew more wires, I must admit I was going to try and finish the modelling by sunday but know its going to take a thew more days, then texturing then explosion.........dave
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lookin good mate!!!! a bit hard see after a few slushy pints

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i was wondering about the holes mostly
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Just a lot of ctrl-d and rotating around corners, this was one I did not use...........dave
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Starting to look at the shape of the hull.............dave
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starting to come together mate...I assume thtas the detachable cargo hold n the belly??

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Yes you are right Bullet, might make it with the hole theme? little update.............dave
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Lookin the part dave..that shot is sooooooooooo HAL and the 2001!! bahaha

I would do the belly with something weird mate...dont do a shipping container type cargo

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Nice progress Daverave. The overall design is looking pretty sweet.
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