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Old 08-31-2004, 04:18 PM   #1
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Anime Mech, Rayman2k2 (3D)



Title: Anime Mech

Name: Geo Raytracer


Country: Japan

Software: 3dmax maya lightwave modo zbrush 3dcoat adobe suite

Submitted: 31st August 2004

My final mech in the series of Escaflowne. This mech is inspired from the anime series Vision of escaflowne. Took me a week of my free time to model using subdivision
 
Old 09-01-2004, 09:52 AM   #2
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Nice work, the mech looks pretty good, but I think in Escaflowne was he more "massive". I mean legs, arms and torso wasn't so subtile. But it's only my opinion, good work anyway :o).
 
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Tnx for the crit. it's actually based on the scale model produced by bandai, wave, cast, volks, etc. i think it represents more of what the original designer wanted coz he designed the robotech mechs also which looked like bugs. ehehe
 
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here's a side view
 
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