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  11 November 2003
Thumbs down Mech

This is my first thread on cgtalk, so here goes.

Heres a Mech i modeled and textured for a project in school.
It took me just over a week in total.
Personally i think it rocks

Note: The idea for the mech. It would be in a post nuclear society, there arent any windows, only sensors...the idea with no windows is, nobody can snipe the driver(s) if there isnt a window.
The sensors are situated all over the chassis of the mech.

Any C&C are more than welcome/appreciated...
Much love to everyone at cgt

Follow this link to see some untextured renders as well as a turntable
Mech Link

Thank You.

  03 March 2004
Interesting...I happen to like meches and yours I dont find too bad.. if you can take it further do so it will never hurt you too.
Greet the scythe of the Chained One for he will keep you from his twin's.

Let The Gospel of the New Century be known by you!(congrats on any one who understands any of my more obscure refrences)
  03 March 2004
couple things that i see, it's too smooth on some parts, color maps r stretching and lighting needs to be adjusted to make the model look better. the geometry itself is not too bad, just take it further on the other part it should be fine.
Be the best you can be.
  01 January 2006
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