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880Zero
880Zero Oct 19 2012, 7:29pm buried:

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Not to be rude or anything, but seriously? Why are you using our models to reference yours when you can obviously get a better reference from Reach? I just don't understand it.

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Lord_Set Author
Lord_Set Oct 19 2012, 7:33pm replied:

Because its what Uni, and Canada gave me. We have a dropbox, I went to what we had i used that. Sorry? I didn't even realize it was yours.

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Reaper_Armada
Reaper_Armada Oct 19 2012, 9:07pm replied:

I thought it was from Reach

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880Zero
880Zero Oct 20 2012, 3:13am buried:

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The canon design is from Reach, the image in his video is from my mod and I don't see any credit for it.

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kyle_katarn67
kyle_katarn67 Oct 20 2012, 2:11pm replied:

it was an accident relax bro

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RambosBodyguard
RambosBodyguard Oct 20 2012, 12:55am says:

Question: Do you do this sort of work for a living?
I ask because this seems like long and tedious work, not something I would like to do in my off time if I didn't work as a modeler or are you in school for this type of work and looking to use this as proof of your skill?
Ether way you are doing a great job and I look forward to what you work on next.

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Lord_Set Author
Lord_Set Oct 20 2012, 2:04am replied:

Never done a day of schooling for this. Self taught from the beginning, and its not as long and tedious as you think. Its fun to sit back and look at a awesome looking 3d model.

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Shockmatter
Shockmatter Oct 20 2012, 1:42am says:

My prayers have been answered! I'm starting to get a better understanding of 3ds max due to my schooling, as cliche` as it sounds I hope to be as good as you one day

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Lord_Set Author
Lord_Set Oct 20 2012, 2:26am replied:

Thinking about starting a video tut on youtube if i do ill let you know.

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Forloftol
Forloftol Oct 20 2012, 6:02am says:

I have a question for you Lord_Set...
Does the version of 3DS Max matter when creating models? I often see many modelers use 3DS Max 7, even though 3DS Max 12 is available, so why use a lower version? If you could answer this I'd be greatful for the answer.

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V3LO
V3LO Oct 20 2012, 10:52am replied:

It's cheaper to pick up older versions. The basics of modelling are the same across all versions (and 3D modelling tools to an extent) basically, so it doesn't matter if you've got an older version or the newest one unless you're working on really top end stuff that actually makes use of the more complex tools they add over time.

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RedAlert3Modder
RedAlert3Modder Oct 21 2012, 7:18pm replied:

But you can also get 3ds max full for free if you sign up to get a student copy,which is the entire version for free(normally 4000 dollars,or something insane)just put your name and what kind of student you are and you have it,thats what i did,as i'm only in highschool

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V3LO
V3LO Oct 23 2012, 8:20am replied:

You can do this, but your school needs to be registered with Autodesk's student program. I don't know how hard it is to set up but they'll ask for contact details for your school to register it.

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-Defender0-
-Defender0- Oct 20 2012, 11:54am says:

is this in real time? :P

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Golly
Golly Oct 20 2012, 5:40pm replied:

Nope, time lapse.

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-Defender0-
-Defender0- Oct 21 2012, 2:18pm replied:

It was a joke because of how fast lord_set produces models

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Golly
Golly Oct 21 2012, 2:38pm replied:

I see.

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Guest
Guest Nov 12 2012, 2:49am says:

I can't believe the amount of work you guys put into this! The fact you guys are using YOUR time to make this mod and share it with the rest of us, is one reason why I enjoy gaming so much. Well done lads, now Im getting teary eyed it's so beautiful

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AntonioAJC
AntonioAJC Feb 4 2013, 1:26pm says:

I really enjoyed this model. Too bad it didn't came out for the mod

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Faced
Faced Mar 24 2013, 1:00am says:

You make it look all soo easy

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Finally got around to modeling not only shipyard but recording it. Enjoy.

Reference images were the products of the Homefront mod team.

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Oct 19th, 2012
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