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Old 11-04-2004, 02:04 PM   #1
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Default Trying to get that swagger back

hello people of sm.com i've been browsing the boards for a few and been stalking a few of the professionals here (dont take that literally).

but i've been out of school for about 2 years now, which i havent hardly touched maya. but recently i've been playing with it, not anything seriously, but just a lil sum sum here and there.

i wanted to ask what do some of yall do when you take an absence from the matrix, how do you get back into the swing of things. i mean, i know i just have to spend more time on it. but the problem is getting myself to spend more time on it..

anyway, i'll be bothering you for a while now...so get used to it.
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When i need to get get started back up again...i usally just try and find a small project to warm up on and at the same time im a bit excited about doing... I also look at some of my favorite artsit to get inspired.
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