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Hi MV, more or better Antialiasing quality would give a better result on the render!  

 

And I think it is possible to reduce the visible sharp edges. Right mouse click, select "Convert to editable poly / or mesh". Than click on "Polygon" (pic 2) in the right table. Select the parts of the hull which you want for smoothing (pic 3). Scroll down to "Polygon: Smoothing Group". I think 45 is a good average value and click on "Auto Smooth" (pic 4).

 

Marko

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Lets Hope so! Robin (Mr.Robovillie) is helping me with the process he loves the idea and likes my model so he is now the director of SSE customer service and also in charge of the models he believes are SSE worthy i sent it to him and he will pass it up to VSTEP!

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Well this well be one that will take a very big PC to run and even

then the FPS will be in the 30's, unless you make sure the model

is under 30 groups or less then the FPS will be a little higher, will

not be running that on my old XP PC that's for sure, I like it though

its a very nice looking model.

 

 

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