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Storm Trooper WIP
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Awesomium Apr 9 2013, 6:02am says:

Overall good model, but the chest plate could be larger.

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jimmy.pl Apr 9 2013, 6:54am says:

yerhs, i haven't looked at the movie recently .. but the chest muscles.. to close together?.. however it is still WIP and the rest looks great already.

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jimmy.pl Apr 9 2013, 6:57am says:

hmm just look at some pics from movie.. you nailed what i thought was wrong.. still looks weird.. guess i am just used to the republic clone trooper armor..

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plyuto518 Apr 9 2013, 7:46am says:


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LivingDeAd Apr 9 2013, 2:21pm says:

Make it dirty looking

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Aralvar Apr 9 2013, 4:40pm replied:

That's not necessary. Though there should be dirty, scratched, etc. models for when it fits with the map. For example, if you're fighting in the Tatooine desert, dirty armor would make sense.

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TheTriangulum Apr 9 2013, 5:06pm says:

why are they so thin? They are soldiers, shouldn;t they have some muscle? YOu cannot use movie appearances like it is true to the SW lore because those film techniques were outdated and the stormies were average cosplayers.

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TALON_UK Apr 9 2013, 5:20pm says:

Yeah, but these are more realistic soldiers as far as build is concerned rather than Gears of War style massive body builders.

Either way cracking work on the character mesh, looks spot on.

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TheTriangulum Apr 9 2013, 5:32pm replied:

i was not making my references to body builders anyway. I said that they should be a little muscular like average soldiers. This soldier is as thin as i am.

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rocknroll237 Apr 9 2013, 6:35pm replied:

We could beef him up a little bit, the chest plate being larger should add to the look.

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TheTriangulum Apr 10 2013, 5:37pm replied:

that would be great :D

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UnknownToaster Sep 30 2013, 4:15pm replied:

Normally I'd agree, for well trained strong soldiers, this is not a great example. But a Storm Trooper is a poor example of a good soldier. Regardless of what the lore may portray for their training, these soldiers are incredibly expendable. They're not well kept, Clone Troopers are better examples of proper troops, but the Storm Troopers are doomed a horrible death anywhere they go. With that considered, I think the model looks find for that.

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thefinalhack Apr 13 2013, 4:36am says:

Do you think it would be possible to have clean shiny armour on levels like death star but rough, dirty armour on levels like tatooine?

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SharkYbg Apr 13 2013, 4:13pm replied:

In the distant future where all major features are done - totally possible!

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Epifire May 7 2013, 2:20pm says:

Only advice I can give are for proportions. Cause I think they need to look a slight bit more stocky and the helmet needs to be brought down in height just a tad bit. Cause the rest is about right, just a little more stockiness and I think you have it made.

Nice job though, very nice indeed. Now my mind starts brainstorming on if you guys added optional skins/attachable pieces for aesthetics customization.

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pcgeek01 Jan 7 2014, 7:44am says:

Watching star wars again around the 99th time Ive seen those movies

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