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Default PIXAR, HERE I COME!!!! :D:D:D:D

Sooon, sooon!!!! Over a span of about 2 days. I went through 4 dogs before finalizing on this one. and yes, much needs to be understood of the modeling process. I most likely will be getting the "modeling a ninja" tutorial. The dog's head is messed, and the spine too, I learned quite abit doing this. Still a bit challenged on how to stitch individual parts and what an ideal mesh looks like. Kurt's dog was excellent, so he obviously has an ideal mesh..I'll definitely try modeling a new character aswell with what I learned from the dog tutorial.

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