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Yo guy wats up a bit of hard surface practice this time, the Tie Interceptor from Star Wars, i'll be doing my own version so it won't be 100 percent accurate to the movie version but should be pretty fun here's a little progress so far.

 

 

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As usual, this is amongst the best modelling we will ever see on this board :)

 

CBR

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  • 6 hours ago, Cerbera said:

    As usual, this is amongst the best modelling we will ever see on this board :)

     

    CBR

    Ah idk about that one :P

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    That looks like a very nice clean poly flow to me and Star Wars related... what could be better ::):

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  • 52 minutes ago, Twizzle said:

    That looks like a very nice clean poly flow to me and Star Wars related... what could be better ::):

    :D haha yea gotta love a bit of starwars! although the new stuff not so much

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    13 hours ago, VECTOR said:

    Yo guy wats up a bit of hard surface practice this time, the Tie Interceptor from Star Wars, i'll be doing my own version so it won't be 100 percent accurate to the movie version but should be pretty fun here's a little progress so far.

     

     

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    Oh thats so good

    I hope to get well in modeling

    if I had done it had gotten all irregular and full of ngons xD

     

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    amazing modeling and so very good.

     

    this is a link from a post in the general section at CGTalk, shows concept art from 1975 by Ralph McQuarrie on his ideas for The Star Wars.

     

    https://movieweb.com/star-wars-trailer-concept-art-ralph-mcquarrie/

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  • 2 hours ago, LightinaBox said:

     

    Oh thats so good

    I hope to get well in modeling

    if I had done it had gotten all irregular and full of ngons xD

     

     

    16 minutes ago, bobc4d said:

    amazing modeling and so very good.

     

    this is a link from a post in the general section at CGTalk, shows concept art from 1975 by Ralph McQuarrie on his ideas for The Star Wars.

     

    https://movieweb.com/star-wars-trailer-concept-art-ralph-mcquarrie/

    Thanks for the feed back guys!, Bob i'm gonna give that a little watch now :D 

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  • Update : starting to design and add panels and details

     

     

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    Strong in this one, the force is.

     

    CBR / Yoda

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  • 55 minutes ago, Cerbera said:

    Strong in this one, the force is.

     

    CBR / Yoda

    Come to the darkside of the force ;) you know they have cooler stuff :D 

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  • Electrical panel conduit thingy, no idea what i does but it had fun designing it :D 

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