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# 1 17-10-2013 , 08:58 PM
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Gojulas (Zoids) - 3D comp entry

Hi guys - well Robocop project winding down a little plus I`m stuck on the rigging side of things with that one.
So going for a online comp where its Giant Robots vs Giant Monsters. I am going for a good old Zoid. He has been updated as a new kit for this Christmas and is the version I am going for. Got til the 9th Dec so better get cracking.

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# 2 18-10-2013 , 12:45 PM
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You mind sending the link to the comp...?
Good luck!

# 3 18-10-2013 , 01:15 PM
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no problem check pm


# 4 18-10-2013 , 05:14 PM
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Woah...

I remember beating this guy in the game! But it's amazing!


Just one model at a time...
# 5 19-10-2013 , 08:03 AM
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There was a game ?

I'm just finding out there was a TV show.

But this is what he looked like when I was little.

Hahaha 101 views and not even posted a single wip image yet.

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# 6 20-10-2013 , 09:29 PM
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Finally making some head way on the upper jaw and cockpit - been fighting with my robocop project trying to get the rigging working, but had a good few hours on this project today.

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# 7 22-10-2013 , 04:32 AM
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larger images please. They look all nice and professional but they are to small to really make out any detail.

Well actually I can zoon in with cntrl-mouse wheel but a tab larger would still be nicer.

Looking really good so far


"If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants." Sir Isaac Newton, 1675

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# 8 22-10-2013 , 09:41 AM
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larger images please. They look all nice and professional but they are to small to really make out any detail.

Well actually I can zoon in with cntrl-mouse wheel but a tab larger would still be nicer.

Looking really good so far

Thanks dude.

As for the size the image, it is in full HD (1,920px × 1,080px) - the site changes the size display of the image. if you right click and view image you will see it in its HD glory.


# 9 22-10-2013 , 02:50 PM
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doh! I never knew that. Your images are always very professional looking.


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# 10 22-10-2013 , 04:55 PM
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Then I will keep them up hahahaa

More work done today - still just on the upper jaw of the head. Some of these shapes have been nightmares.

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# 11 24-10-2013 , 08:14 AM
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Looks good tweety.....lots of hard yakka in that LOL


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# 12 24-10-2013 , 06:42 PM
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Cheers man

Upper head done - next part cockpit

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Some quick screen grabs of the cockpit done

Some small tweaks to the upper jaw made as well to improve the flow of geo.

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Lower jaw and neck done - just need to do the inside of the mouth and the head done.

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# 15 28-10-2013 , 09:18 PM
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Inner mouth done

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Moving on to the neck - ref for this part is poor (very little on the back area) so making do with what I got

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