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Old 19-12-2010, 07:59 PM   #76
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Little update..........dave

Edit:Just realised I didnt need to do the wire barrel grip as its not on the system I am doing.....LOL
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Old 19-12-2010, 09:25 PM   #77
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wow...looks good mate...maybe not so bright?

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hey dave, looking sweet mate, Still following this, just not posting on every update, cant wait to see the final product.

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Looks good Dave. I think I can see a little faceting in the heat sync pieces.
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Thanks Guys
ctbram I will upload a picture hope that explains if not could you do a paint over, I think the gun is done now just to show you the boring side.............dave
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Old 21-12-2010, 08:59 PM   #81
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Started blocking out the weapon system, no great refs just going to have to wing it.......dave
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Looks good dave...no refs in any Google either?

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No good scale refs Bullet, most angle shots and they are all differantly configured. Im doing the M151 protector simular to the crows 2. I think you could put these guns out of action with a pot of paint (but it does look good to model)...........LOL.......dave
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Still at it, might have to redo a lot of the cradle, Merry Chrismas all...........dave
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I'm loving all the detail that you're adding. I've had to abandon lots of my projects cuz I get more ambitious than my computer can handle. I'm hoping you're computer won't have troubles with poly count cuz I'm really looking foward to seeing the outcome. It's really looking good so far.
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I think my pc up to it, its a low crade 2.5 quad with 8 gig of mem. Not realy pushed it yet. Also most of the model is not smoothed that does help a lot...........dave
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Didnt like the old one redoing............dave
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Looking good Dave. Getting a little faceting on the glare shields. The one over the big round lens.
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Thanks ctbram
Yes I have been a bit mean on my poly count in that area, just increased the poly count for that area............dave
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I must be getting old, I modelled this disc on the right but when I looked at the ref today it was totaly differant one on model. Some one sent me a message that I did not receive please try again.............dave
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