3D Artwork: 3-D Starscream WIP

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  1. Angryscott

    Angryscott Pancake Hustler

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    Based heavily off of the Classics series design. Wanted some feedback on my progress thus far:

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    Comments/Crits are appreciated. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Trypitcon

    Trypitcon No, I can't spell.

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    Looks pretty good to me. Keep up the good work. :thumb 
     
  3. nOObiE do0

    nOObiE do0 noobious maximus

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    very nice
     
  4. Venksta

    Venksta Render Project Creations TFW2005 Supporter

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    Proportions are looking good. I see your going with smaller null rays. Keep at it, it'll be a great model when your done! :thumb 
     
  5. Wiggyof09

    Wiggyof09 Well-Known Member

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    Not bad, but you are kind of cheating with your shapes there by using textures instead of actually making the shapes.
     
  6. Lonewolf

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    Great start.
     
  7. Star Cracker

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    I think it's okay so far. I think that there are too many hard edges coming into play though and would start adding more polies to areas that are supposed to be rounded and have bevels to them.

    Have you considered dabbling with sub-Division surfaces? Those can really help iron things out in terms of smoothing if used properly.
     
  8. Infosaur

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    colors look funny, are you photo shoping on top of another program?

    I'm not familair with much software but that seems to be popping out a bit.
     
  9. Gears

    Gears buh-buh-body ya Veteran

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    Looking mighty good!
     

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