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Old 20-08-2003, 04:47 PM   #1
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well...I'm brand new to the board and brand new to maya. I just thought I'd say hi and show some stuff I made. I've been working with TrueSpace for the past 3-4 years and I decided to move up to a more powerful package. so here are 2 images I made in TrueSpace about 4 months ago.
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here's the other one. (Did this after watching the Godfather for the first time )
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looks good man, but on the 2nd image, are the fingers supposed to be so.... sausage-like? lol
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man...the fingers made me hungry
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The first pic reminds me of KBrowns bloodcell animation.
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ahaha....sorry bout the sausage-like fingers. TrueSpace's modeling capabilities don't quite compare to Maya's
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True Fredriksson, I've seen that first one somewhere else. The blood cells are kinda jagged as well. If you had platelettes like that flowing thru your veins, they'd slice thru the walls and you'd be leaking. :p
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