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Old 27-10-2010, 12:45 PM   #1
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Start of my finishing off of this challenge entry.

Here is were I left it - all the textures used for the final entry are going to be redone, once I finished the model itself.



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I still think he needs a iron fist, good to see you are going to finish him....................dave
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what's MOTU mean?

dave: if he had an iron fist then he wouldn't be trapjaw...
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Old 27-10-2010, 09:26 PM   #4
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MOTU = Masters Of The Universe

I am going to do a number of different arm attachments so you`ll have to wait and see
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Glad to see you're going to continue this one.

What ever happened to the skeleton you did in our other comp?
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Just been sorting out how the arm would work. Apart from the pistons in the shoulder (I have not set them up yet) I`m really happy that I think I built it in a way that would really work.

Here is a small video - nothing too flash just a quick test to show it all moving..

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The skeleton is still on my old PC but I will be pulling it off soon as I want him for my Haz-Matt project.
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Very cool
I really like the cod wheel rotating when the arm turns, adds realism
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i didn't work on this, but it was done in our department recently.
there is a big robotic arm in this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmZNvGHtMbo
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