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I just love this thread!  Great work and such clean modeling. 

 

Your work has the same quality of my all-time hero of Star Wars modeling: Ansel Hsaio.  While we wonder how you are able to find the time, I just marvel at what Ansel takes on.  Look at his take on the Tie Fighter found here.  And of course don't forget to see some of his Star Destroyers (he has many versions....).

 

I don't want to diminish your accomplishment by showing you Ansel's work, because your work is just as outstanding.  But sometimes after working so long on a model we all need to poke our heads out of our terminals and look around for inspiration or at least find something that provides the motivation to go add that next chunk of 100,000 polygons to a model.  Hopefully his work provides that energy because I can't wait to see more of your work.

 

Dave

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15 minutes ago, 3D-Pangel said:

I just love this thread!  Great work and such clean modeling. 

 

Your work has the same quality of my all-time hero of Star Wars modeling: Ansel Hsaio.  While we wonder how you are able to find the time, I just marvel at what Ansel takes on.  Look at his take on the Tie Fighter found here.  And of course don't forget to see some of his Star Destroyers (he has many versions....).

 

I don't want to diminish your accomplishment by showing you Ansel's work, because your work is just as outstanding.  But sometimes after working so long on a model we all need to poke our heads out of our terminals and look around for inspiration or at least find something that provides the motivation to go add that next chunk of 100,000 polygons to a model.  Hopefully his work provides that energy because I can't wait to see more of your work.

 

Dave

Thanks for the feedback Dave :D funny you should mention Ansel as i've looked at alot of his models on artstation in the past, especially the star destroyers, the sheer scale and amount of detail that guys puts into those is just insane! i'm not sure i could muster that much patience to do anything on that scale, it's been a challenge keeping this going, im quite eager to start a new cartoon character instead :D but i must press on, hopefully the finished product will be something to contend with :D 

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On 1/12/2018 at 10:46 PM, VECTOR said:

Update time - pretty much done with the inner wing details,  3k renders attached, click full size and click to zoom to see them full size 

interceptor_update_close_by_vector3d-dbz interceptor_update_by_vector3d-dbzsasr.p

 

spotted a lego brick in there.....just getting sloppy man ;-p seriously though epic detailing!

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2 hours ago, bobc4d said:

wow, that detail is stunning. very well done, you have far more patience than I.

Thanks Bob, it was a test of patience believe me i'm rendering out a little clay turntable to show it off a little better before its fully textured :D 

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