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Geledonutt
11-18-2003, 02:03 AM
OK first post so Hi, Some back ground info on me for those who care. Ive been modeling for about 5 months now (still learning stuff) I planing on skining both the tiger and thompson when I get beter at it. Hope ya like them

TTM[time to make]

Thompson M1A1 Polycount- 2823 TTM-3 hours
http://overlord.nucleardays.com/gelepics/m1a1tompson.jpg

Tiger I Polycount 199,928 TTM-2 Days


http://overlord.nucleardays.com/gelepics/Render4Tiger.jpg


http://overlord.nucleardays.com/gelepics/Render5Tiger.jpg

phoenix
11-18-2003, 04:20 AM
good show man...nice work...

Malaveldt
11-18-2003, 06:35 PM
This is quite nice.

There are a few minor issues with some of the proprtions on the tank, though:

1. The commander's cupola is too narrow

2. The glacis appears to be too thin

3. The tank should ride a little higher. When looking at reference photos for the Tiger I, take a look at the angle and elevation difference between the front road wheel and the toothed drive wheel in front. Beware of using photos of vehicles that have burned, as the heat causes the suspension to 'lay down', giving a lower silhouette, similiar to what you have here.

4. Never mind, error in my research (edit)

All in all though, it's quite good. I particularly like the detail on the engine decking.

faux-pas
11-18-2003, 10:25 PM
whoa nice models. I especially like the tommy gun. My dad had one just like it a while back.

charithmax
11-19-2003, 03:18 AM
nice work!:thumbsup: i like the tank but there are some things that u have to adjust . "Malaveldt" has mentioned tham alredy i guess.

keep the good work going!:thumbsup:

MonkeyJunk2003
11-19-2003, 06:51 AM
Yeah I'm in agreement, you have some nice models.




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