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It's a Big tank.
This is a basic block model to get the main shape sorted out, and it is still very much a WIP.
This is being developed as a piece for my Demo-reel, so progress won't be too fast.
***This is Not a Baneblade or any kind of varient, it was inspired by the Baneblade, nothing more***
Critique please.(Don't pay any Attention to the green things)
something about this screams "stroblight disco of doom"... and i like it.
are we going to see a more advanced (orange) product? O_o
spambot kill tally: 79
[16:19] <@Alzer> Arky's right though
[16:20] <@Kaiser-> I know he is.
[16:20] <@Kaiser-> He usually is.
[16:20] <@Kaiser-> Sometimes it's intentional.
[00:01] <+zubus> i love you, ya skirt wearin nothern monkey! ^_^
Just posted in your other thread about what exactly you want critiques on. Same deal here, let me know exactly what you want comments on first.
Well, it is fine as a basic design. From an artistic/animation background I would say your model is rather light, and could use more polys and definition. It looks like you built some of the model (like the guns on the sponsons) using interpenetration between poly objects, which is lazy. Making those sections all one piece would be better. I don't know exactly what kind of design you are going for, are you more of a engineer person or am artistic designer? If the latter is the case then you will probably need to render your object at some point, and that would mean, adding more polys so you can have nicely laid out UVs for texturing with less stretching. I hope this helps.