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[HP] ~ 3D Sketchbook Thread

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Aye, that works too, but I like to make HP's first, detail it to shit, then make the LP.

For the bake, unfortunately I'll just have to explode most of it! ;\ Not a fun process, but you have to do it.

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I started the LP of that vehicle but meanwhile a compo over at EAT3d was announced so I got right down to it.

I made a clay render to put on my folio for now:

render_robot_high_poly.jpg

To anyone interested on WIP thread for the Eat3D vehicle i'm working on, here's the URL.

http://eat3d.com/forum/contests-and-cha ... lder-pinto

And here's a pic of it's state:

UeF6o.jpg

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Could it be printed later? I'd love to have that as my Land raider for my space marine army ;)

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You guys are awesome, thanks for the motivation! I'll post a some progresses on the APC soon. :)

arhurt, It's funny that you're mentioning it, I was thinking about having it printed when I'm done with it, the mesh will need a few adjustments for printing but It's on my plans if budget permits.

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Oh btw mino, I actually think the props on the sides help breaking up the silhouete in a good way, I started modeling them today, here's some progress:

It's so awesome to be able to post stuff on the interwebs again! :))

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