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Old 17-12-2010, 06:51 PM   #1
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it has been a while Ive post anything on here or touch maya, I decided to have a look @ maya last week and produced this custom bike... any comments welcomed
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You did this in a weeks worth of time? Great job, I really like it.
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thanks Mike i did it in a week couple of hours whenever i can
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I am short so I like the design I can't sit on any of my friends bikes because I can't reach the ground.
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nice model mate...a week!!! thats bloody good effort

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I believe that the Tuttles would applaud your effort here, given that they stop bickering amongst each other long enough to appreciate it.

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Hey man great job!

my two cents tho. throw them out the door if u want.

The heptalobe looking rims could be changed. They aren't pretty to look at and dont fit the type of vehicle. is like they should go on the new volkswagon beetle.. like the flower rims.

Your gas tank design is great. The texture design looks like it would be good. But your resolution for it is too low.

Vulcan i think? Should be much sharper. Try increasing the texture resolution

The seat. almost as bad as the rims my friend. Sticks out like a sore thumb.. Someone went to all this trouble to make this gorgeous looking ride and then found a couch throw cushion from the 70's and thru on it for a seat.

It looks like it's a cloth like texture because it has no specular value at all.

Also, tire tread, there is none. You can find a motorcycle "tyre" tread online somewhere which would really increase the depth of this cycle.

Great modeling job sir! keep it up
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Hello Ppl
it has been a while Ive post anything on here or touch maya, I decided to have a look @ maya last week and produced this custom bike... any comments welcomed
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