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Old 24-03-2008, 05:47 PM   #46
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and the hatch itself. It still needs the handle on the outside and inside sorting as well as glass sections:

lowres (a couple of tris but easy to fix)


and from inside the plane


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Old 26-03-2008, 03:18 AM   #47
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looking snazzy
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Old 26-03-2008, 06:52 AM   #48
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jowza, look at you, damn very nice detailing, great work so far,


Please try to make errors, how am i going to crit on this
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thanks louis56

cheers AikoWorld, there's plenty of errors I'd like to sort, believe me

Not much to show at the minute but here's another update filling in the framework for the mark1 nose section. A couple of bits in the frame will be changed/removed before more things are added:



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Old 26-03-2008, 11:14 AM   #50
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You starting to loose it mate?

Thats some insane detail!
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Old 26-03-2008, 12:52 PM   #51
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He's insaaaane, crazy in the coco nut, I tellya!
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hehe steve, I might be

lol DJbLAZER, probably getting that way

Here's some blocking in of the features of the cockpit area also with the overhead cockpit hatch frame in. The main cockpit area is a bit of a struggle to get things positionally looking ok due to poor reference material:



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Old 26-03-2008, 01:07 PM   #53
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Look at my eye, twitchin', Im gonna need a whole lotta serious threrapy when this is through....(Donkey- Shrek1)

great job...

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lol Jay, I love the 'are we there yet?' bit

Another update, played around with the chair shape and added the tubing framework for the windows in the cockpit. Next I think will be the cockpit interior parts.

wires, I think I set the tubing at too high a setting:


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oh and as I haven't looked at it all together for a while, here's the current stage. There's a fair bit of slowdown in the viewport on this view



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wow - that is just looking insane! really like what you've been doing - you're going to be able to do some very nice renders maybe with cut aways showing the insides. looking forward to seeing some textures on this. what you planning?
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Old 27-03-2008, 08:59 AM   #57
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cheers arran its one of those 'start something small' jobs that was too interesting to just do an exterior with. The idea of this piece is to use it on a showreel. Maybe used to create an animation of taking off or maybe even for some dynamics as if it gets hit or something. Cutaways will definitely be there as there's too much detail to miss

Edit: cheers mastone

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after a couple of weeks of house diy etc I'm finally back onto this

Here's the start of the instrument panel in the cockpit:


and the wires:


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looks cool - nice and clean. really like all the details.
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SRSLY, SUCKS. just restart over.


NO srsly amazin dood :attn: :attn: , nice imageplanes too!

Idk if this was asked before, but are you going to make a movie, or animate it? That would be rockin', anyways VERY nice work here.


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