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    Panzer Ausf IV D

    Hi guys! I finally finished the Panzer Ausf IV D. Created in LightWave, with the help of Zbrush, Substance Painter, and Marmoset Toolbag.
    Hope you guys enjoy it!



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    Can't be too many tank-lovers on this forum , but your modeling/texturing/presentation looks really good.

    The extra bit of having a diorama-like base for the tank works very well to "sell" the end result!

    A suggestion: maybe post a couple of your best "happy snaps" of the model here inside this post, even developmental WIP screen captures.

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    Turntable it in a animation later if you wanna
    Fire it Kelly's got the Turb files @ liberty3d

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    I think it needs better lighting to really show off the details. It's a good-looking model, excellent job.

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    Definitely some solid modeling there... I agree with BeeVee, some better lighting might show it off more.

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    Thank you guys! I do agree that it needs better lighting. I couldn't figure what it was missing. I will re-upload the tank soon.

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    Here is an update of the tank, made it a little brighter and added more of clean wireframe render.








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    Very nice! Is this a game asset?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Parsons View Post
    Very nice! Is this a game asset?
    Thank you! yes it's a game asset.

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