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Old 04-04-2011, 09:40 PM   #16
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lots of on a little set today..
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Old 04-04-2011, 10:30 PM   #17
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LOL thats cool mate...nice idea!
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Hey Kurt!

Just wanted to point out, as you've probably heard before, that all your models have certain similarities to each other. I've been following your work on and off for many years. I started out on this forum with your cartoon dog tutorial, what 4 years ago? And it's cool how all the work I've seen, or most of it, anyhow, is obviously from the same creator.

You have such a nice, sort of easy touch to your models that I, for one, have come to appreciate over the years.

I hope that's encouraging, it was meant to be, anyways
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Thanks all.. I do have a lot of other stuff that dose not have have the same feel but i dont post it much... I first love has always been the toons like in Pixar films, and How to Train your Dragon that look. I dig out my freaky stuff soon maybe..
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More color work today, still a lot more to add.. mushrooms need a bit more color tweaking and a bit more tones.
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ground matchbox almost done
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Have the skin and cloth almost done lot of nice changes to the look and feel of them.. Might change the set a bit, i like parts of it a lot like the mushrooms and matchbox .. I could be just looking at it to much lol
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Nice, I like it! Personally I think the mushroom stem could do with a lot less bumpiness, I think they're generally pretty smooth.
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small update.. still adding stuff and arranging things
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That really loks nice Kurt, you are doing a good job on this one mate....I assume you will add some animation to the little dude?
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I have not done much animation in a long time so most likely will just be a model turn table and the little scene i have going.
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