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  1. #21
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    Nice catch

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    Armond: Thanks. It was really one of those "What the heck is that!" moments. haha
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  3. #23
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    what the hell.. im gonna follow this thread.
    Im a blender user too BUT im redoing the MM:TF for the fun of it.
    When i got MM:TF my pc was so bad that I couldnt really render my finished projects and I have no idea where they went.. its only been 10 years

    I'd love to see project 1 redone for Blender.

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    whitehawk74: Post the work on MM:TF here. I'm sure there are several people that would love to see your progress in blender. I'm relatively new to blender, and I'm sure I would have lots of questions for you as you go through the projects.
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    Finished up the rear sight. Starting on the handle next.

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  6. #26
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    Started on the handle. Still rough, but I like the way it is looking.

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  7. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by dInferno View Post
    whitehawk74: Post the work on MM:TF here. I'm sure there are several people that would love to see your progress in blender. I'm relatively new to blender, and I'm sure I would have lots of questions for you as you go through the projects.
    sorry i meant that im doing the MM:TF with Maya 7.
    I wont be returning to Maya for anything, im just want to complete the course because I never got to before.

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    whitehawk74: Ahh. Still post the work here. I would like to see it.
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  9. #29
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    Some more work on the handle. Only 2 more videos to go and I will move onto the Side Release.

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    I remember that the grip and trigger area was the hardest to get done because its so organic.

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