3D Artwork: Freightliner Argosy, WIP

Discussion in 'Transformers Fan Art' started by Angryscott, Dec 16, 2006.

  1. Angryscott

    Angryscott Pancake Hustler

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    Still need to finish the interior of the cabin and doors, and add minor details to the outside (and finish texturing). Just wanted to see if I could build a prime who could actually work as a real truck (I.E., half the door isn't blocked by his arm, or the doors sit 8 feet off the ground because the arms have to fold underneath). Here it is, so far:

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    Comments and crits, as always, are welcome.
     
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    Razorclaw Are ya gonna draw pistols

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    At a first glance I was like 'meh, looks like crap', on the second glance I find nice looking, great job in rendering, but what bugs me "mucho grande" is his crotch. Too simple and lacking in...uhm details so to speak. Can you beef it up a bit? Like putting that fender on it?
     
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    His legs could use some bulking up. Also, his waist seems a bit high up. But otherwise, I really like it. Nice twist on the transformation, like how his upper legs are part of the front cab. :thumb 
     
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  5. Angryscott

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    Regarding the waist - I tried it with the fenders, but they limited the legs range of motion to much. But when the bumpre is completely assembles, I'll probably have it fold/wrap around the area. giving it greater width.

    Regarding the legs, well, there's not alot of mass to work with, allthough I'm working on a few ideas that don't involve scaling (re: mass shifting) to make them sturdier looking.
     

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