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Old 05-06-2003, 08:07 PM   #16
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THanks for the encouragement guys!! Hey check this out... What do you think?? Baby duck, what do you think should be more spiky? Thanks!
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BTW I took out the center faces and extruded the sides in... WHat do you think?
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Old 05-06-2003, 08:14 PM   #17
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you have this wicked cool style brian, its soo inspiring
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Old 05-06-2003, 08:41 PM   #18
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brian, i meant - where the wheel hits the road, to have nails coming out. the profile you have now might be good enough for snow - but not for ice. and even with snow it might fill up fast - but with spikes it might be better on snow and ice.
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Old 05-06-2003, 08:48 PM   #19
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point made, THanks for the sugstion, I will make the changes now.
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wow
very inspiring.

great work so far brian.
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Why dont you have the wheel as a foot also. It could be connected to the leg on the inside, but turn 90 degrees so it's flat.

Just an idea.
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Very nice, good details.
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yea...looooot of details.
and all looking great...
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Thanks alot for all of your replies. :bgreen: here are the spiked wheels! What do you think?
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Hmm.. I was thinking I could do something like that z1mmnd14, but then you wouldn't see the detail I have been working on, so if anything, it could allways just lock up the wheels, and still use them as "feet" because they are now spiked, and would provide enough friction... I think.. Who knows... Well see.... Haven't decided if I want to go with the more fluid or blockey furture look.. Know what I mean?
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Go with both. Blocky with rounded corners. Completely hard edges might look a bit odd, but smoothing might give it a futuristic "blocky" look and still look sleek.
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all I can say is

and that's just the wheel!!!! omg

I've started on the competition, but I dont want to post a thread and then never finish it... I want to make sure I'll be able to do at least something...



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wow. how did u do that weel!
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Hey guys I was getting frustrating trying to figure out a design for the legs... Grrrr.... So, I started working on the cockpit... What do you think? Thanks for all of your comments!
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