Scifi Style Aircraft - Skymoto, Avatar Ye (3D)

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Old 08 August 2004   #1
Scifi Style Aircraft - Skymoto, Avatar Ye (3D)



Title: Scifi Style Aircraft - Skymoto
Name: Avatar Ye
Country: China
Software: Lightwave

Skymoto is an sci-fi style anti-gravity aircraft with jet engines and wings to control movement.

Done in Lightwave, Subpateches + polygons. gimme your opnions about this image, thanks!
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Old 08 August 2004   #2
I really like the design, it would be cool to see a pilot in it. The seat texture makes the ship look like a toy though.
 
Old 08 August 2004   #3
look interesting but i would suggest to do some detailling
may be you should add some panel and " nurnies " , some scratch or dirt area ?
that could make it look more "real"
 
Old 08 August 2004   #4
hay

a few questiions first

1. what did u model with. poly,subd,nurbs?
2.what amount of mesh smooth did u use, or subd resoluions?
3.what was the methed used to texture with the uv's

i would like to add

try making it more streamline and more mechanicly realistic think of it in a way of

if it crashes flys gravity etc...
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