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Old 07-12-2013, 08:01 PM   #61
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See my Challenger I and compare with your model. Do not rush, step by step everything goes out

wow very good
 
Old 07-12-2013, 08:03 PM   #62
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The track-links are the basic component of the tracks, are composed by threes pieces : The iron track-ling, the rubber shoes & the union between track-links
Your wheels arn't so goods, the rings isn't reals. if you want build a real tank, must appear so. if not build a Low Poly. ;-)
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See a first planes. Good luck with your model, Animo !! ;-)


Idler wheel and a suspension unit


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Old 07-12-2013, 08:12 PM   #64
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See a first planes. Good luck with your model, Animo !! ;-)


Idler wheel and a suspension unit


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thank you, surely I will do again with the right proportions and clear after so many errors will always be looking for actual photos and references very carefully with the scales.
 
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Good Luck and if need help, tell me it ;-)
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good guys,
Changing the subject a little I'm needing to work and am looking for a job, wanted to pack in the area of 3D to gain experience, the salary does not matter.
So I am very curious to know in what area you work and what you do in the company of you.
How do I get a job in the area of ​​3D (animation, modeling, effects and the like)

sorry if it is in the wrong area just wanted to take the opportunity to ask.
 
Old 07-13-2013, 12:38 PM   #68
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great details i like it
keep on & good luck
 
Old 07-14-2013, 01:06 PM   #69
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I tried to fix some things like wheels, scales, amount of polygons and put chamfers which was missing and model some more objects.
Could decrease to 1.7 million.

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Ah that's all way better now!
Here have a look at this tank topic and analyze the details, proportions, the machine gun etc etc.
I'm still not sure about the grid structure on the side of the turret. Is that on the real one that way? Maybe you should also post one good reference photo of the real one you use as a guide so other can better justify proportions and details.

Good progress, I am glad to see you were able to drastically reduce the poly count! A bit easier to work with now isn't it?

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Ah that's all way better now!
Here have a look at this tank topic and analyze the details, proportions, the machine gun etc etc.
I'm still not sure about the grid structure on the side of the turret. Is that on the real one that way? Maybe you should also post one good reference photo of the real one you use as a guide so other can better justify proportions and details.

Good progress, I am glad to see you were able to drastically reduce the poly count! A bit easier to work with now isn't it?

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this fantastic tank
actually this grid there hahaha ... seen in some references had bags tied on the side of the tank so I thought there was a great safe for them. I'll take them.
I'm also very happy for scoring decrease but much much much easier
for sure the next post will be posting images with the actual reference

Thank you!
 
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nice details right now , i like it this tank
keep on & good luck
 
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nice details right now , i like it this tank
keep on & good luck

thank you!
I will surely continue.
 
Old 07-17-2013, 12:28 AM   #74
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hello friends,
Today I continued modeling my tank



 
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I'm almost finished with the modeling crowd.

I believe this missing scale gun .50: (
remembering that criticism and tips are always welcome.



 
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