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    Atom model timelapse

    Not bad since it looks like it is being done without any specific reference measurements

    the high profile toy thrower

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    impressive...

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    Very nice, just a note of interest.. I though the V8 only comes with the Sadev paddle shift?

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    yeah, he got the shifter wrong.
    the high profile toy thrower

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    I see my problem now, I go through all these painstaking double checks and measurements. ^^That was so much easier. I haven't done much surface modeling via that type of software, I do only solids for the most part and of course point based surfaces. That was fairly impressive to watch as a water tight surface is for all intents a solid. I have Maya and Mudbox and want to take a crack at surface modeling over the Holidays.

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