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Old 17-07-2004, 09:06 PM   #1
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Smile w.i.p dog tute m.5

good morning ..
my first step on maya whith tute dog

fews screenshot here and here

thanks simply M and Kurt Boutilier too for this tute
it's majic

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Old 18-07-2004, 01:14 AM   #2
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nice start keep it going!
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Old 25-07-2004, 06:54 PM   #3
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Smile to be continued (la suite )

hello a few screen on the cool dog .

and the second screen 1 : here too screen two , and i'am working on the tongue (langue)
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Old 25-07-2004, 10:45 PM   #4
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Good job mate. Maybe work on cleaning up the mesh a bit. (Might just be the camera angle though.)
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hello
thank for you're tip, i'll try follow sb's advice
but my english is very poor i don't unsderstand the answer
excuse me .
there are too much polygonne ? that is .
i'll try to reduce the number 's poly ok
see you !
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sweet, i cant wait to start this 1 my self hey, looks like loads of fun.
Looks like you have done it by the book as well.
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hello ben , it's a nice (super) tute, many much pleasure i had
to modeling the dog, not easy for me but very interresting.
i'll find gMax very basic after that lol.
i follow you're works very impressive (impressionnant) i'd like it
(bon courage pour la suite, i can't translate in english sorry)
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