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Old 30-06-2003, 06:42 AM   #1
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Default my supra... suggestions?

here is my supra... if you have any suggestions... feel free to post:bgreen:
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still working on this btw lol not done yet
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Old 30-06-2003, 07:00 AM   #3
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good start

which technique are you using?

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Looks nice so far. The front end looks abit..squished. Whats up with the lumps near the headlight area? Be sure to snap the middle verts on the axis, so theres no gaps/holes in it.
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It's getting there, the render is a little dark on my monitor so It's a little hard to give you a good crit but I would say that the lines of the car are far too organic. They should look much more sharp edged I think..

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Are you stitching that yourself??? If not, You need to find something that does a better job.
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lol... thats just a mirror image... i havnt yet stitched it
lol... i kno it looks alot better now than how it does in this pic
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Then post it.
We want to see progress!
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ok ok ok... ya twisted my arm... here is what i have so far... it has no textures and the headlights look messed up bc of the smooth option... but i will fix that... and the render doesnt look vary good... b4 u say it sucks... just remember... my first o maaany trys... ^_^
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