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DCB wrote: »
The most hilarious was Prime's trailer. It's one thing where you have small bits and pieces being fudged, but a 12+ metre long trailer magically appearing and disappearing?
evil_genius_180 wrote: »
Many of the Transformers changed size and proportion of parts when transforming. Parts disappeared and reappeared at will during the transformations.
BlobVanDam wrote: »
Some of you may think I'm silly to start over, but this isn't a decision I'll make lightly after all of the work I've put into this so far. I'm doing this project entirely for the love of the character, so I'd rather take more time to end up with something I'm 100% happy with than spend a few weeks less and end up with something I'm only 90% happy with.
DCB wrote: »
If you don't have at least one modelling project where you scrap everything and start again at least once, you're just doing it wrong. Pretty much any modelling I do involves at least some element of scrapping and rebuilding, finalising a model through an iterative process.
L2K wrote: »
maybe you want to have a look to this serie of dvd from digital tutors :
they use 2 different models. one truck and one robot, and they transform into one another only at animation.
TALON_UK wrote: »
Looking good, but why the sun guard thing over the windscreen? Was wondering what that detail was with your earlier robot renders, now I see it in place on the truck mode I see, but why have it? Feel it detracts a little from the look of the robot mode, or did you have a specific reason for adding it? Looking great either way.