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MC-80 Liberty Redux
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Yaksha
Yaksha Nov 18 2012, 4:34am says:

Dem Curves

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Sasha5163
Sasha5163 Nov 25 2012, 11:20pm says:

<- The MC90 pictures got removed somehow, it looked awesome btw,are all capital ships being reconstructed?

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FW:ToW_Sushi
FW:ToW_Sushi Nov 26 2012, 8:17am replied:

Since much of the model work as been completed, Sizer has taken the opportunity to redo the models with the most glaring issues.

The MC Cruisers were definitely in this category :D

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Sasha5163
Sasha5163 Dec 16 2012, 2:05pm replied:

In that case, even though I'm pretty sure I mentioned this once on the forums, the Dreadnaught has a hole its mesh towards the back that allows fighters to fly inside its model and when this happens you inevitably have to suicide to stop flipping.

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Cropto7
Cropto7 Nov 27 2012, 1:25pm says:

Dunno what you guys are doing with this model Sushi, but this one and the first one just scream 'I'M NOT AN MC CRUISER'!
I mean, I know what they look like, I just searched some pics of the Liberty and they just don't look the same. The front is too flat, and the wings aren't as wide as with the original one from the movies and other games :s

Even if you look at this pic: Images.wikia.com
I've seen much of Sizer's work when I worked with you guys back then, and he's really good. But I hope you don't consider the 'artist's impressions' as being the real thing. This is just not an MC80 Liberty :s

Ps: this is your Mc Moddb.com
The one pictured here just isn't!

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FW:ToW_Sushi
FW:ToW_Sushi Dec 7 2012, 2:51pm replied:

The issue with the previous cruiser was that it had a lot of model and texture problems. This one fixes that and bring them models up to snuff with the rest of the mod.

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Sasha5163
Sasha5163 Nov 28 2012, 9:20pm says:

I honestly like the new cruisers better, they aren't ugly anymore. Plus Sizer probably put more hours in this cruiser then I have on anything in my life. Thanks for all your dedication FW:TOW Team!

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Zett89
Zett89 Nov 30 2012, 10:09am says:

Great work. But to be honest, I like the old MC80 much more. This one doesnt look like an MC Cruiser, like Cropto7 said. This looks more like a newly constructed NR Cruiser but not like the old MC80 to me. Its to "shiny" in my opinion.
Still thanks for your hard work.

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Novarek
Novarek Mar 11 2014, 2:40am replied:

Same for me, i prefer the old model of the MC-80 for the same reason.

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Lady Liberty gets a makeover.

Model and Texture by Sizer

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