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Old 07-08-2005, 02:29 AM   #16
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Another update.
I think I might change the way his thighs look.
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Render test. This isn't going to be its whole color
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Oh, yea....... He's a real bad robo now.. :bandit:
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Made some quite minor updates..
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While bevel makes non-organic models look good, it also removes the uv's. That's why I steer away from it.
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Yes, I tried the bevel on my robot and got some strange results. Some of them made it appear as if nothing had happened, yet the inner side of the robot's leg hinges had been re-arranged somehow.
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