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Old 29-04-2003, 03:27 PM   #1
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THought that I would post this for your opinions, I am going to use maya's new vector render for this one. WHat do you think? Any critiques? Haven't added materials yet. I am trying to model
Ryoken. Thanks guys,
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Old 29-04-2003, 03:28 PM   #2
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oops sorry, here is the pic...
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Old 29-04-2003, 03:30 PM   #3
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here is another angle...
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Ah, so nice to see one of your models again , great! BTW, i have a question.. how did you get the padding to go so nicely around the knee guards (The torus thingy) Just wondering .
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It looks great Brian... Just one question though. Where is Ryoken from?
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a friend at work showed me this little "statue" of a mech for a game? Never heard of it, I think its some form of mech warrior, can't find any images of this mech online, so i modeled it off of the litte figure, so the proportions may be off... How did i do the little torus thing? the middle is just inset, and I got the hard edge after i converted it to sub'ds. THanks,
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i have a couple of other mechs if you want me to post them here let me know, I am using two in a short with the Roadrunner and Wile E coyote.
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That is if I ever finnish it, like the countless other open projects that I have.
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the best model I have ever seen.
and the jeep from ya site....WOW...amazing...looks like real
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wow looks great brian!! You really have the whole mechanical look down cold!!

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cool as aways brian.....
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i have about 4 other ones, i am rendering 3 of them right now, I wil get back to you with the new renders, you guys should let me know witch ones you like better. THanks alot for all of your input so quickly!
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here are two other ones. thanks,
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Hey Brian, Vector will be a pain to setup at first. you have to select whick edges will be soft and hard to get what you want, but the outcome is awesome.
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THanks for the tip. I won't have maya, till May. Wish i had bought the service pack so I could have allready downloaded it.
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WOW! Awesome, man! It is so detailed!

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