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Old 03-05-2004, 09:47 PM   #1
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Sigh, I haven't been on this site for a while. Let a lone I'm a lil rusty with Maya haha.. but I have Kurt's DVD, so I should be fine.. lol.

My idea for the challenge, well I wanted to start off with a funny scene like "What if Scenario".. what if Captain Crunch was a tretcherous pirate.. but I really should work on my realism characters. So my pirate is female, and after playing SWG for months she's a space pirate (rogue, smuggler). So far I'm limiting her to human, but depending how much time I have in the end, I maybe make her into some alien race.

I going to try and give her the similar look of the traditional pirate but more in a futuristic look. Including the eye patch, possibly hook and puffy clothes. More to come...
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I know I have a bad habit of never finishing the models I enter in the challenges. And I think this might be the case as well, but for good reason. I just found out that I'v been accepted to study at Digital Animation course of my choice.



So I gotta start packing, going to move to Vancouver, BC. :>
(Only 16 get accepted.
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Congrats.
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Excellent news, hope you have and great time and learn loads.
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Thanx I plan to, and if I come up with any new techniques, I'll be sure to post it.
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Totally stressing out about this move.. decided to work more on this project...
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