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i wasn't really liking how my old Aegis looked so i reskinned it and remodelled some parts of it


 
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That would so own in MechMod.
 
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Dude that is absolutely beautiful. Props to you man, looks so great.
 
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your gundam's are so freaking awsome... no crits no comments just right doot doot doot dooot doot doot (out back steak house tune)
 
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OOWW MA GAWD THE PWWWNOOZZOORR!!!
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well really good job man ^^
hmm just out of interest you didnt do this in milshape did ya? *looks at 2nd pic*
 
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..... O_O ....
I cannot say Something....
Because my mouth still down....But i can write that....U DID A ****ED GOOD JOB!
 
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Something about the skin bothers me. Compaired to your other skins, this one doesnt look as realistic. Meh, maybe its just me. At any rate, it looks good.
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That would so own in MechMod.
 
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made a little wallpaper out of it, and i posed it in it's transformed mode as well

and the 2nd pic in first post was a screenshot from milkshape
 
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speech less if only you made umm.. wuts that one in Gundam seed that the guy rides(good guy)
 
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well yeah i know that its a ms3d screen but i meant do you actually model in ms3d or are y using max or LW or whaterv?casue if this is done in m23d you earn even much more respect
 
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I model the majority of the model in lightwave 7, then i would port it into ms3d, and do any small details i might have left out, or adjust things here and there in ms3d, and then skin in ms3d. I don't use ms3d often for modelling, because mine has a tendency to crash a lot
 

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