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This is as far as I'm going to take the " space spud ". I could have done more to the cockpit and the outside but after all this was just a learning exercise and I have other models I'm working on.I finally figured out Flamingo {to a degree}. Getting my new maxed-out HP laptop helped to stop the crashes that I had on my old steam-powered 1Gig compaq,{I have a fast desktop but it's mainly a pants rack}.BTW: Why do I get a "page not found" error when I try to look up Rhino mini-tutorials?.Modeled in Rhino,Flamingo render. Only postwork was my name. As always C&C welcome. Thanks for looking.
October 13, 2006
Rhino 3D
Science Fiction
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Oct 13, 2006 4:48:11 pm
Great final design it looks ready to fly and has a cute quality to it, great job ^^

by CrimsonDesire Homepage »

Oct 14, 2006 8:14:40 pm
Nice on e mate - great attention to detail I can see there, keep it up

by 2zuluone Homepage »

Oct 18, 2006 12:12:16 pm
great model! cockpit looks good. I am also learning Rhino3 and Flamingo 1.1 and hope to have some images to post in a few months. For now, my designs are done using TrueSpace 6.6

by dcmstarships Homepage »

Oct 19, 2006 5:55:04 am
Very nice model. I really like your attention to details. Cheers!

by GregerE Homepage »

Nov 6, 2006 3:10:00 am
A most excellent job in all aspects. The best "space spud" I have ever seen bar none. That cockpit would have fantastic visibility. I only wish the cockpit were wide enough to fit me into. I understand it should be for fit and atheletic young fighter jockeys though. The mini tuts were a victim of the change over but you can go to the Rhino Forum header and click on the "Forum Tutorials" button to see them now. I am sorry for any inconvenience. Please drop by the Rhino forum some time and talk to us about your models. What are you using for UV Mapping?

by UVDan Homepage »

Nov 9, 2006 1:36:14 am
Thanks for the info UVDan. I used the mini tuts all the time and I was starting to get worried. As for the UV Mapping I'm still learning that, so I had to do it the hard way - nothing but decals. I will stop by the forum sometime. Thanks again.

by cmoree Homepage »

Aug 28, 2007 1:14:32 pm
Awesome modelling! DeHavilland would be proud of the design too.

by alexclark Homepage »

May 19, 2008 12:43:00 am
It is a very good artwork.

by DukeNukem2005 Homepage »

Feb 13, 2009 9:42:01 pm
Cool. I love the spare cockpit. It looks like it actually would be fun to fly. :)

by waldomac Homepage »


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