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Old 17-06-2006, 06:41 PM   #1
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i want to thank Kurt and everyone else that has helped me in the forum and in direct emails or PM . I am astonished at all the help I got when i ran into problems and other issues. I thaink everyone . I cant believe i finally finished the dragon. There are changes i want to make but i want to get more modeling done and then come back but I am happy overall with the dragon.

here are some pictures and some rendering. I am no good at light or render as you can tell but will work on it ..

Any C and C is always welcome even at this stage ..

thank you everyone ...my second model done ..big improvement from tie fighter

also I might do the body but alittle later I am sure .... not complete yet ..
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you've really gone a long way. at first it looked like a segull (if you still remember) now, alot like a dragon.

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Congratualtions mate - i like it alot
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you can send the pm now i emptied my messages
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ehehe great model of the face of the dragon
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