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Making of Audi TT
Added on: Sun Oct 29 2000
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The pink dots you see indicate where the vertices for both patches are going to meet up and get welded.
Do them 2 by 2, bring them close, choose say number 10 and hit weld. Make sure you patch the inside wall, the one near the headlight space Patch from the back, top or bottom to close it, but I think back might be easier.

Add a quad and it should go shooting through the wheel arch off somewhere, bring it under control and shorten its handles to avoid overlapping

Hope this shows you the one I mean

You may notice that the middle of the bonnet and arch are now joined together. The piece above the light or "abovearch" was removed for a while. Save as seperate file audittarch04.max

Looking a bit wide huh? Non uniform scale can make it narrower. Right now it is saying A4 or some other Audi in the family; it is not giving off the bad boy TT vibes. Why is that?
Characteristics! What makes a TT a TT?? Make it narrower and add the road-scrapping-mock-intake thingy under the bumper and...

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