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Re: New modelpack

Post by Enjay » Sat Jan 23, 2010 11:48

And now that I've had a chance to look at it close up, it really is perfect - exactly what I was looking for. Thank you once again. :yup:


Not to sound greedy, I just want to know so that I can plan what I'm doing, will you be in a position to do the other ship?

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Re: New modelpack

Post by sitters » Sat Jan 23, 2010 13:03

Enjay wrote:And now that I've had a chance to look at it close up, it really is perfect - exactly what I was looking for. Thank you once again. :yup:


Not to sound greedy, I just want to know so that I can plan what I'm doing, will you be in a position to do the other ship?

Yeah, I also do the ohter ship. :)

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Re: New modelpack

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Re: New modelpack

Post by Enjay » Sat Jan 23, 2010 23:17

Wow! that was fast and, again, absolutely perfect. It's even better than I was hoping for. Thank you very much once again.

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Re: New modelpack

Post by Enjay » Sun Jan 24, 2010 12:11

I just wanted to drop into this thread again to repeat my thanks for these models. I spent a bit of time trying them out in various situations yesterday and I'm really pleased with what you have done. Although initially SHIP1 was more important to me, your interpretation of SHIP2 means that I will have to find more use for it. I think it looks great: better than the picture it was modelled from. To me it has a quite rounded, almost bulbous, front end and it reminds me of round faced whales like the pilot whale or beluga whale. I think it really works well. I also like the interpretation of the rear end with the engine glows - something I hadn't even thought about. The skin painting for both is absolutely perfect too. These models are way better than I could have managed.

So, once again, thank you very much. :)

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Re: New modelpack

Post by sitters » Sun Jan 24, 2010 17:51

Enjay wrote:I just wanted to drop into this thread again to repeat my thanks for these models. I spent a bit of time trying them out in various situations yesterday and I'm really pleased with what you have done. Although initially SHIP1 was more important to me, your interpretation of SHIP2 means that I will have to find more use for it. I think it looks great: better than the picture it was modelled from. To me it has a quite rounded, almost bulbous, front end and it reminds me of round faced whales like the pilot whale or beluga whale. I think it really works well. I also like the interpretation of the rear end with the engine glows - something I hadn't even thought about. The skin painting for both is absolutely perfect too. These models are way better than I could have managed.

So, once again, thank you very much. :)
Your welcome,

If you need more stuff in the future, name it. :)

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Re: New modelpack

Post by Rex Claussen » Wed Jan 06, 2016 19:51

sitters wrote:If you need more stuff in the future, name it.
Willem, I visited your web site today to look for a model, but couldn't find one. What I need is a "hover platform", similar to one of those below (the one on which Darth Vader is riding would be ideal, as it is relatively simple, yet interesting to look at:

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Would you be able to create one for me? Thanks.

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Re: New modelpack

Post by sitters » Fri Jan 08, 2016 15:33

Rex Claussen wrote:
sitters wrote:If you need more stuff in the future, name it.
Willem, I visited your web site today to look for a model, but couldn't find one. What I need is a "hover platform", similar to one of those below (the one on which Darth Vader is riding would be ideal, as it is relatively simple, yet interesting to look at:

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Would you be able to create one for me? Thanks.

No problem I make one.

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Re: New modelpack

Post by sitters » Fri Jan 08, 2016 17:35

I made this one

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I send it to you.

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Re: New modelpack

Post by Rex Claussen » Sat Jan 09, 2016 20:10

Ha, ha! Fantastic! I sent you an email about the data pad on the stem.

Thanks.

[EDIT: I got the modified version, thanks.]

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Re: New modelpack

Post by Rex Claussen » Fri Apr 22, 2016 4:23

Willem, I vaguely remember that one of your model packs includes a bundle of dynamite. Do you happen to remember which one? I don't want to download several packs and search for the model in the correct pack.

If you have a sci-fi version of an explosive device, that would be preferable. Alternatively, perhaps you could convert the model found here. It is in a format with which I am completely unfamiliar. If you can convert it to md2 or md3 format, I'd be very grateful. Thanks.

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Re: New modelpack

Post by sitters » Wed Apr 27, 2016 14:27

Rex Claussen wrote:Willem, I vaguely remember that one of your model packs includes a bundle of dynamite. Do you happen to remember which one? I don't want to download several packs and search for the model in the correct pack.

If you have a sci-fi version of an explosive device, that would be preferable. Alternatively, perhaps you could convert the model found here. It is in a format with which I am completely unfamiliar. If you can convert it to md2 or md3 format, I'd be very grateful. Thanks.

Hi Rex, I send you an Email with the Grenade in MD2 and MD3 format.
The bundle of dynamite is very low in resolution ( poly-count ).
If you don't use the Grenade, I can make a new model if you have an example ( picture ).

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Re: New modelpack

Post by Rex Claussen » Thu Apr 28, 2016 13:46

sitters wrote:Hi Rex, I send you an Email with the Grenade in MD2 and MD3 format.
I got the model, thanks. It is very nice and exactly what I need.

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