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Thread: Gurren Lagann mech project (.objs for building)

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    Looking into smoothcast foam III for this project. Will attempt a suit of MJOLNIR Armor to test material properties of foam, such as ability to sand, paint, separate from paper, etc. I will possibly finish the boots tonight at get the .objs floating out here.
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    Awesome. Glad to hear you'll be letting out those files. Can't wait to start my own. Are you considering at all the wing/backpack?

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    It's within the realm of possibilities. Just I keep getting distracted :P
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    Cool

    Double post, because I'm too lazy to edit my previous one
    I lied, and haven't gotten around to making the boots yet. But here are the files so far:

    Arm: http://www.mediafire.com/?3el29bzu426m2bu
    Leg: http://www.mediafire.com/?ttg8f47qelbtr8o
    Torso: http://www.mediafire.com/?v276diw3asx3p7p
    Helmet: http://www.mediafire.com/?39o51bzhurcxzbz

    Note that for the arm and leg there is only one side, because you can just flip the pattern to make a matching pair. Also note that these are not scaled relative to each other, so build at your own risk.
    If you come across any topographical errors, please tell me.
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    I bow to your skill, sir. At the moment I'm half-way through free-handing my Berserk Skull Knight armour but once I complete that I'm getting straight into this. Going for an all foam build (Even though I'm a little worried about the face) so should be somewhat easy but boss looking. Would be happy to post some pics of it with full credit to your genius.

  6. Where can i download the head pep? i see no download links in here. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyson-208 View Post
    I bow to your skill, sir.
    It helps that I've been making 3d models for about 6 years... what a wasted childhood, blame my dad ^_^

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark0 View Post
    Where can i download the head pep? i see no download links in here. Thanks
    The thing is, these are .obj files, which aren't unfolded, but can be imported into pepakura designer. I can't afford pepakura, so I'm hoping someone might unfold these, or just bear with me until I can afford the full version of it (then I can actually save what I unfold without using a ".xps" document). Oh, if you want the .xps document for one of these just to try your hand at it (with no regard for scale) just let me know and I'll upload 'em.

    I might actually do a second version of the helmet, because there are some inaccuracies with the first one (mainly the ears pieces)
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    Hey Gmer if you want i can pm you a pep password if you want
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    Quote Originally Posted by k_kid4life View Post
    Hey Gmer if you want i can pm you a pep password if you want
    No, but thank you for the offer. I don't want to provide to this community using pirated software. From my understanding a password is meant for one person's sole use. I respect the company enough to to pay for their product (when I can afford their product, that is).
    Remember that discussing warez & illegal downloady stuff is frowned upon on this site
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    Oops thats right i forgot about that and nice work on the 3d model, it looks pretty sweet.
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