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Old 22-12-2004, 01:18 AM   #1
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Finaly got to the end of the Excellent modelling tutorial... I have learnt some great stuff making this model ..

I wish I was better at setting up a nice environment to render with.. sigh..

Cant wait to texture it...




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Way to go bud.. looks really good...
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cant wait to see it textured either
its worth that tutorial indeed
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Very nice work! :tup:
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Well done!
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Amazing....goes to show doesnt it....looking forward to textured version..keep it up
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I love it!
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Thanks
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