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    Temjin's Sketchbook

    Hello, the theme of this sketchbook: Keep the mecha spirit going!
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    Warning: As you scroll down, last couple pictures are photos. Nothing weird or anything...
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    Your mechs are so sick! You've got a serious understanding of planes and I dig it. I love the eraser sculpture. You should try it with super sculpy.
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    Thank you. Ah, I played with super sculpy before, but I found it so hard to control. It felt really rubbery. When I pushed one area, the entire piece would deformed. I will give it another try in the future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Temjin View Post
    Thank you. Ah, I played with super sculpy before, but I found it so hard to control. It felt really rubbery. When I pushed one area, the entire piece would deformed. I will give it another try in the future.
    You have to build an armature to support it. Check out the sculpting/3d forum, tons of info there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FourTonMantis View Post
    You have to build an armature to support it. Check out the sculpting/3d forum, tons of info there.
    Thanks, I will look into that.
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    vehicle invasion...
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    Firing with a heavy machine gun... ( big gun sound effects) *_*
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    Excellent robots and vehicles; in addition, your sense of perspective is top-notch.
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    Keep it up man! What do you use for reference to get these creations?
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    FightingSeraph Thanks!

    ALEKADZIE Other than google search, and youtube for video reference, I use those two as well:

    http://www.flickr.com
    Pictures from there are uploaded by random users, so sometimes you can get some rare and detailed images of the subject you're looking for.

    http://www.howstuffworks.com
    If I were to do a submarine, I would go there to get some basic info on how it works. You can find command subjects in there like guns and such.

    Thanks, hope that answered your question.
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    Gah your latest update is so sick! Where you at?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FourTonMantis View Post
    Gah your latest update is so sick! Where you at?
    Thanks! Where I located? Mt Clemens, Michigan. About 30mins from Detroit downtown.
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