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Old 03-05-2005, 11:44 AM   #1
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Damn, I knew that someone else would have the same idea as me and do a shark....oh well, thats still what I'm going to do, as the Great White Shark is one of my most favourite animals, and the most awesome predator on the planet.

Lets see if I can actually do something worthwhile in the challenge forum this time!!
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Wow! Great minds think alike. LOL

I posted my tiger Shark idea only a few seconds ago.
I'll be following your progress. Maybe we could swap final models and render them in the same scene?

Good luck!

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Man you're shark is going to eat my humble Trout
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I'm not so sure I want to model cute little fishes any more just to get eaten up buy that.. LOL Seeing a shark would be nice also.
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