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    Mech

    Please have a look at my courses Facebook page, oh and 'like' it too It's a UK level 3 course, so the equivalent of A levels. Probably the best of it's kind in the country, imo.

    Thanks in advance for taking the time to have a look at what we do.

    https://www.facebook.com/wiltshireco...mesdevelopment


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    Looking positively awesome there.
    I wonder about one thing in particular...
    What's the poly count on this thing?

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    Cheers man! Poly count is irrelevant here, as it's first year students. My moto is learn to model first, considering proportion, detail, accuracy etc, only then can you begin to consider working to tighter specifications of tri counts. Especially as Poly counts are increasing by huge amounts with every console generation, it will be far less relevant in the future.

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