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Discussion in 'Anime, Cartoons, Figurines & Paperdolls' started by TheWebdude, Aug 22, 2006.
If these are betas, imagine the "production" release!!
Looks good to me!!
Mater's patterned out. On to the next one.
The towtruck is hilarious.
I think I would actually paper model the lips and teeth.
I'm glad you like it! I debated modeling lips and teeth but decided against it:
1. I'll continually state the desired level of simplicity for these and after creating a bed interior, basic boom details, rudimentary engine compartment and stylized engine I felt I was way past the simple kit I hoped for. It's by far going to be the most difficult and time consuming of the set to build and I don't anticipate that changing.
2. If I model the mouth for one I'd have to do it for all of them (It's just how I am)
Of course if you design yourself a 3D mouth for it I'd love to see a photo of the finished model!
mater looks like
Looking at mater reminds me of someone else from a different show on the tele someone named :-D goober or even gomer.:grin:
If and when they get released. If I do it. I shunt you the files for those who choose to go the extra. :twisted:
I read the 3D Modeler magazine article about cars and that they decided to create the car's face on the whole car instead of the usual grill. The rear tire is where the neck would be. The eyes were the easiest to animate and the the only tough time they had was the eyelids.
they look more Cars in a junkyard !!! but they comig a long and there 3 more to print out
there go the ink !!!!
You are a busy builder indeed!! (And they look just fine to me!)
beta built Sarge
following files showing my build all done.:roll:
undercarriage to short to make wheel well for rear wheel.
everything else worked great. I think you excelled on this model.
Almost like you had a jeep in the past.
Now to finish Guido before continuing on to Mack and beyond.8)
Notice to the person with the new junkyard. You got to form the hood on Sarge with the sides rounded. The real jeep had a clip mounted to the fender to hold down the lid.
See I remember when I drove one too.