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Old 14-04-2004, 10:15 PM   #1
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Talking NEW TUTS!!

I just logged in simplymaya (everyday) and saw to my suprise that 3 tuts were added to the videocorner!!! JEEEEEEEJ!!!! If this is not allready enough, there's also going to be a apache modeling tut!! How cool is this???!! Im glad to see some new tuts again...that means exploring new things!
I hope this will continue! I can't wait to learn some more!
I just wanted to say thanks to all the sm_staff!
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thats great ransick

Theres a motion path tutorial going up next couple of day to, and of course the apache tutorial!

I will begin encoding it today and hopefully have the first 5 parts up tomorrrow

Also I have had a word with mikey regarding the meteor and if he can sqeeze in the time he is going to composit it into a space scene and animate it with a particle flow from the rock itself! so that should be fantastic

Ill keep you all posted
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Another new tutorial online

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wow !!! that would be awesome to animate a meteor-scene completly!
I would love to follow that one, because then I could show finaly something of my 3d work to friend because they can't make sense of my half/modeled models..... I hope this will be to continiue !! ...ofcorse this also means for the apache... and I don't think Im the only one!
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