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    Guys look on page 5 at the logging truck.I feel many of you have missed it.

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    No i use 3ds max 2009.And it hasnt been asked.

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    Your project looks very interesting!
    Do you use blender for the modelling? (sorry if already mentioned)

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    Oh ok lol i was realy lost.Thanks

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    Originally posted by Xtreme Games View Post
    What the heck?Im realy confused that makes no sence at all.....also lol new pics its done thats right done.I still need to lower the trucks polys but its pretty much done.
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    Lame joke about the band "Extreme". Nuno is the guitarist.

    Ignore post and continue...looks like it could be a fun game!

    -LW

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    Originally posted by sedoaspex View Post
    REALLY ?????

    Different strokes & all that.......nothing EXTREME about them for me. Never cared for their music, but there are a lot of bands out there that I dont get


    But Nuno CAN play
    What the heck?Im realy confused that makes no sence at all.....also lol new pics its done thats right done.I still need to lower the trucks polys but its pretty much done.

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    Extreme Logging

    REALLY ?????

    Different strokes & all that.......nothing EXTREME about them for me. Never cared for their music, but there are a lot of bands out there that I dont get


    But Nuno CAN play

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    Hate to double post but new project!

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    Is this belivable?
    Here are those wires.

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    Thanks those pics help.I looked forever to find some.LOL.I will fix that thanks.I cant add every detail i need to keep as low as possible but i see were your coming from.I will fix.

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    What I was calling the clamp on the feller buncher is actually the saw head. Your model lacks a lot of detail that would make me believe it can actually grab and cut down a tree. The blade needs some kind of drive assembly. It's just sort of there and ,to me, makes no sense without a motor to make it spin. The clamps need to look like they move. Right now they look welded in place and incapable of latching onto a tree. I know you can't add every detail, but it would definitely benefit from a little extra work.

    I'm sure you know what they look like, but just for reference here's a few pics.

    http://calhoun.env.duke.edu/files/im...%20Danny_0.JPG
    http://www.atvpix.com/todd/timbco002b.jpg
    http://l.yimg.com/l/tv/us/img/site/8...0715114454.jpg

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    gokzor these aren ot high poly.They are pretty low they range from 1,000 to 12,00 is the most.FrontAXL thanks for the info but as for the bulldozer they dont use that big of a bulldozer in the woods yes they do have one for building roads but i havent got it yet http://americanloggers.com/gallery/Dozers.jpg.jpeg .As for the back hoe thanks for reminding me lol i forgot to fix that i noticed it. the feller buncher i dont understand what you mean?Could you explain more with maybe a pic?And for the log handler thanks i didnt notice that the hydrolic pump wasnt in the right place i will fix this.And the hydrolic pumps are to small but i was trying to take a short cut lol guess i was in a hurry i will fix.I appreciate the work you put in to help me out.It realy helps me cause i forgot about alot of that.

    Ill get the rest tomorrow and the wires for you all.


    WIP Garage with animated doors witch will open when you get near.

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    Getting one of these working ingame would be fun to see.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CD2V8GFqk_Y

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    Here's little constructive criticism on your models. None of this is intended to offend.

    The bulldozer on page 1 seems a bit out of proportion and definitely appears to be much smaller then one would expect to see in that environment. I'd imagine something along the lines of a Caterpillar D9 would be more appropriate. Your model seems like it's only one size bigger then a Bobcat. Here's a photo of a D9 that shows off just how big it is.

    http://www.mirenco.com/Images/Pictur...o_d9_group.PNG

    The backhoe on page 2 is broken between the boom and the stick. The only thing holding it together is the hydraulic ram, which of course is physically impossible. The stick should be attached to the boom on a hinge.

    The the clamp on the feller buncher could use improvement. As it looks right now, I don't think it's believeable. I know you can't show all of the intricacies of the real machine, but a little more detail will definitely help.

    The log handler looks great with the exception of the hydraulic cylinders and rams. The rams are twice as long as the cylinders and the cylinders are much too narrow. The cylinders should also be mounted to the chassis directly above the front axle. Here's a photo of an L180F fully extended to show the differences:

    http://www.volvo.com/NR/rdonlyres/E9...ns_566x300.jpg

    Best of luck with your project!!

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    looking good... any chance we can have a look at a wire mesh view... also you going to do high polies for these?

    Jody

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