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Old 09-07-2010, 11:27 AM   #46
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Yes I do normaly but I need to go some were fast and just used the save button, Im back at about 4 pics up.........dave
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hmmmmmmmmm thats weird but!!!! I should have still saved...was it in the ~temp~ folder in the main directory??

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I checked all over, no were, It is weired but thats life.......thanks dave
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Oh wow, that really sucks! gl remaking it
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Thanks starjsjswars, Bullet
Its not that bad only lost the bomb launchers and texturing. Hope to be back on track tonight or latest tomorrow, how are you getting on starjsjswars are you near to animating or are you going to do the explosion out side maya, look forward to your next update...............dave
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I'm going to do all the dynamics in maya as well as the animation, I haven't done anything else yet, I'm waiting until I get a better understanding of path animation before I go over to the MIG.

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starjsjswars see if you can get hold of didgital tut pod racer, that covers motion path and partical for jet engines (first thing I ever did in maya) you will see my pod racer in finished work........dave
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Sorry did say I would not post today but want to ask if you think this is better than the original model any coments are welcome..........dave
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It looks more complete dave..if thats what you intended????

did you save this time?? abahahahaha

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Little update, a bit done on the rear might be a bit to chunky.........dave
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Might need a little squaring off dave?? Looks a little too smooth.

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haha, that's looking pretty mean daverave. It's good to see some more progress too.
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Sorry for not posting but family come first, right back to were I was about 4 days ago. only got 8 days to finish hope I have some thing to show............dave
Edit:I dont understand why more people do things like this because you learn so much more bye doing things you have not done before, I have not done a explosion in maya but I have 8 days to find out
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I totally agree... challenges are such a good way to push yourself and learn new things... looking good! Keep up the good work!
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Looking good dave!!!! and I agree too...doing the Me-262 has been a pain in the bum BUT I am learning new stuff and it does seem better than just following a tut all the time. Creative

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