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that is a possibility, and I will consider it as I am designing her. thanks for the suggestion, but as I have been saying, it is a bit early for that type of speculation at this stage.

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I'm glad to see this one getting some attention. The deceased character whose name I'm using on here had one and I thinker they're slicker than greased Bantha dung. I don't know if I could offer much useful help here but if you guys want any I'll try.

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 Greased Bantha dung???? emoticon emoticon

 Why would one want to grease bantha dung?

 Is bantha dung on it's own very slick?

   

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Does anybody have any screen caps of the Otana in the landing bay? Did it have the ramp down?

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the ingame model had no external moving parts, and so a shot from inside the landing bay does not show landing gear or cargo ramps or anything. The cinematics certainly do not show any. I have made more progress on this deckplan and will post an update after work tonight.

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quote:

Specter003 wrote:

Don't quote me or kill me on this, but I always assumed for some odd reason that the entry ramp was in the neck leading out to the bridge.

It just didn't make sense in my mind to put such a long thin tube on a craft of that nature. Obviously it's not THAT thin, but still pretty worthless for cargospace or bunks.

Just my two cents...




...when I was drawing it out on paper...I did the same thing...placed the ramp...in the "neck"


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and now for something completely similar.

Image

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quote:

and now for something completely similar.



quote:

John Cleese: If I am going to argue, I must take up a contrary position.
Michael Palin: Yes, but it isn't just saying 'No it isn't'
John Cleese: Yes it is.
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Been watching Monty Python much recently?

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more progress;

Image

comments, criticisms?

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It's definately starting to shape up rather nicely. Keep going at this rate and you'll have the ortho's done in no time... emoticon

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