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Posted 11/1/2005 9:54:21 AM


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Last Login: 11/28/2018 6:56:13 PM
Posts: 253, Visits: 1,758
NAME: Larry

AGE: 39

HOMETOWN: Milan - pronounced my-lan ,Illinois USA

DO YOU OWN A REPLICA BAT-VEHICLE? no

A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF YOUR PAST OR PRESENT INVOLVEMENT IN THIS INDUSTRY (if willing to share): none

OCCUPATION: Retail food delivery company

YOUR LINKS OR ONLINE PHOTO ALBUMS: http://www.myspace.com/larry1966


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:have welding,autobody and auto mech experience.Once owned a 68 camaro that i restored.



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Posted 11/1/2005 10:09:14 AM


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Last Login: 11/4/2007 9:15:16 PM
Posts: 28, Visits: 51
NAME: Tony

AGE: 20

HOMETOWN: Purcellville, VA (Loudoun County)

DO YOU OWN A REPLICA BAT-VEHICLE? Only 1:18 die cast Keaton car

A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF YOUR PAST OR PRESENT INVOLVEMENT IN THIS INDUSTRY (if willing to share): No involvement, yet

OCCUPATION: Student (electrical engineering)

YOUR LINKS OR ONLINE PHOTO ALBUMS: Here's my Facebook page

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Um, not at this time. A lot's on Facebook, PM me if you wanna know anything or chat.

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Posted 11/1/2005 11:58:24 AM


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Last Login: 6/21/2007 4:07:57 PM
Posts: 40, Visits: 5
NAME: Cypocalypse

AGE: 24

HOMETOWN: Manila, Philippines

DO YOU OWN A REPLICA BAT-VEHICLE? Nope. I don't have the money.

A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF YOUR PAST OR PRESENT INVOLVEMENT IN THIS INDUSTRY (if willing to share): *****

OCCUPATION: student

YOUR LINKS OR ONLINE PHOTO ALBUMS: *****

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I just found this site to be the coolest tumbler website/forum out there even though this is a primarily Keaton mobile website.




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Posted 11/1/2005 1:38:10 PM


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Last Login: 10/29/2005 4:12:37 PM
Posts: 14, Visits: 0
NAME: jason

AGE: 33

HOMETOWN: kent/england

DO YOU OWN A REPLICA BAT-VEHICLE? only a model at present

A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF YOUR PAST OR PRESENT INVOLVEMENT IN THIS INDUSTRY (if willing to share): none

OCCUPATION: mechanic

YOUR LINKS OR ONLINE PHOTO ALBUMS: none

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:none
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Posted 11/1/2005 4:41:28 PM
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A couple of sample questions:

NAME: Nick M.

AGE: 26

HOMETOWN: Metro Detroit, MI

DO YOU OWN A REPLICA BAT-VEHICLE? No, but I'm trying!

A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF YOUR PAST OR PRESENT INVOLVEMENT IN THIS INDUSTRY (if willing to share): I build replica props and I am also an active member in R2 Building. www.c4-designs.com/ciii

OCCUPATION: Graphic Design Owner

YOUR LINKS OR ONLINE PHOTO ALBUMS:

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I don't have a batmobile, but I have a remote R2-D2
http://c4-designs.com/ciii/nicknr2.jpg

Post #32904
Posted 11/1/2005 5:11:30 PM


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Last Login: 7/8/2016 9:58:51 AM
Posts: 581, Visits: 416
NAME: Matt Gidley

AGE: 26

HOMETOWN: Waverly, IA

DO YOU OWN A REPLICA BAT-VEHICLE? nope.

A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF YOUR PAST OR PRESENT INVOLVEMENT IN THIS INDUSTRy: No experience in the Bat-world.

OCCUPATION: Manufacturing Plant Manager. Almost a rockstar.

YOUR LINKS OR ONLINE PHOTO ALBUMS:
personal site (pics etc.): www.mattgidley.com
band site: www.getcrossed.com
modeling site: www.gothamcitysub.com

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: I am a modelbuilder. I mainly enjoy structures and railroad themed modeling with an emphasis on detail and weathering. In time I will build a Batmobile, but for now, I enjoy getting information and learning from members who are building their own cars.


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When I die, I want to die like my grandfather, who died peacefully in his sleep. Not screaming like all the passengers in his car.
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Posted 12/6/2005 7:40:19 AM
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Last Login: 6/12/2016 8:44:09 AM
Posts: 71, Visits: 138
NAME: Earl Cooper (alias)

AGE: 24

HOMETOWN: New York, NY

DO YOU OWN A REPLICA BAT-VEHICLE? 1/10 scale RichMan's Toys, 1/18 Scale Hotwheels, the Toy-Biz and Kenner versions, a few partially built AMT/Ertl kits, the "official" (and inaccurate)blueprints. An unfinished computer model that I intend to port into the "right" game at some point.

A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF YOUR PAST OR PRESENT INVOLVEMENT IN THIS INDUSTRY (if willing to share): I made a low-polygon Batmobile add-on for the PC Midtown Madness 1, and started to build a more detailed one when there was hope that Midtown Madness 3 would be available for PC. On my website there are a few screenshots of other incomplete Batmobile projects.

OCCUPATION: College Student/ Army Reserve Sergeant

YOUR LINKS OR ONLINE PHOTO ALBUMS: www.angelfire.com/comics/cooper (I haven't updated this site in quite a while, due in part to a recent deployment, and in part to loss of interest/time)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: I've been a Batman fan as since I was about four, I like to draw, and I dream of becoming a professional comic-book penciller. Like this site's owner, I drive a six-speed Black Trans-Am WS6 (nicknamed "The Blackmobile"), but mine is the 1996 model (couldn't afford the 98-02 bodystyle).
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Posted 12/6/2005 2:03:50 PM


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Welcome Earl! I was wondering when you would pop up around here. Your 3D rendering is on my site under the FEATURED 1989 REPLICAS section. I believe last time I e-mailed you was right before your deployment?

PS - You should have started your post with "Hi, My Name is Earl...."


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Posted 12/6/2005 2:55:50 PM
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Last Login: 6/29/2016 7:25:43 PM
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Hey
Chris
23 Years old
I live in Canada
I don't own a batmobile yet. One day hopefully.
I don't work in the "industry", not to sure what that mean. But I love to work on cars, then drag race them. I also have lots of friends in the auto industry.
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Posted 12/7/2005 12:36:17 AM
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Yeah, Justin you did email me a while back...I haven't been keeping up on my email because I didn't have a lot of time back then, but I have a little more time now. BTW that's not my Batmobile on your site, it's Maoto's. I could tell right away because his has the AMT/Ertl/Richman's Toys incorrect trunk seam line (extreme curve). On my version, the curve is more subtle, like the movie version. That's not to take anything away from Maoto...his Batmobile impresses the hell out of me---over all, it has better textures (if you saw the textured version), and a much smoother (less-jagged) shape, that makes it a much closer interpretation of reality than mine is.

But there's two different purposes for our models. His was created primarily for rendering, and mine was created with the intent of porting it into a game eventually, so practicality required that I "budget" my polygons.
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