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Old 15-03-2011, 10:21 PM   #61
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LOL love it mate...that is cool!

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Not to my taste I like the original...............sorry......dave
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Old 15-03-2011, 11:38 PM   #63
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Old 16-03-2011, 12:18 AM   #64
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Thanks for feedback guys!

lol, Neil.

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Not to my taste I like the original...............sorry......dave
The original minotaur or original render? As for the tat and the cigar, they're there for fun... they're not actually a part of the design.

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Old 16-03-2011, 12:28 AM   #65
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The original minotaur that you started with, it could be I just dont like the head little piggy eyes.......as alway your modelling is great...........dave
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Looks like a Minotaur on steroids. Impressive work!
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I like both Steve....I think the first one would look cool in the usual Greek tragedy. The second (still pissing myself) cigar/tatt and all reminds me of big bad Red...Hellboy...LOVE it man...I dig it...it would look perfect in Manga man...some big bitch skolling a beer and crushin it...tokes a cigar...and calls some nerdy dude a sweet bitch cos he cant hack fighting ghouls or something LOL...love it
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No probs Dave, I'm going to finish the old one too. Just gonna get this one out of the way first. Thanks for the comments.

Thanks Perfecto!

Bullet, lol Im thrilled you made that Hellboy reference! I had a member of my family make the same reference. As Hellboy is one of my fav movies.... it make me happy inside. lol

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LOL no worries mate...I didnt make the connection...but as soon as the tatt was on and the cigar...I saw Hellboy LOL...and Im with ya!! I LOVE ol Red man...top movie.

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Yeah, Hellboy's brilliant!

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Ace mate! Really like it, only crit would be the loin cloth being a tad dark, but the sculpt is great!
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Cheers Steve! Yeah, I'll lighten it up.
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The modeling and sculpt work on this is killer, just looked over the whole thread and think both your takes on this are pretty damn Epic. Not quite sure how you are working in a superstore with skills like this, all I would say is keep producing work to this standard and I am sure you will get picked up soon.

You still got plans on doing some fur/hair tests. Be great to see some animation on one of these.

Keep up the great work,

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Old 20-03-2011, 09:26 AM   #74
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damn! that render could have been painted by Boris Valejo!
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WTF!!! Haha, that's hilarious, would have never guessed it turns out this way!!!


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