Designing BMP-2M

Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by julescrafter, Feb 21, 2008.

  1. julescrafter

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  2. Nothing

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    looks like itle be a fine addition tothe force! cant wait!
  3. Texman

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    Of course, a regular Russian BMP-2 would be welcome, as well as the BMP-1. Or the T-72, T-64, and T-80! PLEASE!
  4. dkaniel

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    Looks good can't wait to get my hands on it.
  5. julescrafter

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    really looking good.
  7. the4ce

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    WOW!!! Look excelent!!!

    What software did you use for the 3D model?
  8. Stev0

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    Excellent work. I look forward to purchasing this.
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    Jules: Vote me with Steve and the rest!
    Nice Work!

    Your Canadian friend,
    Jim
  10. julescrafter

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    I use 3d studio max 7, and it already installed to my office computer :), rendered with Final Render stage 1. And thanks to everyone that support me now I use pepakura too.

    off course I will vote you and steve, jim :)
    thanks for everything guys..

    cheers, your indonesian friend
    Jules & family