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Old 04-11-2005, 05:53 PM   #1
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Hi All let me know what you think... tell me what could be done better.

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Old 04-11-2005, 05:57 PM   #2
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Well it looks neat, maybe show us the topology, a bit more on how it was modelled etc, be good to see with a texure and rendered in a scene too. But otherwise as said, its neat.

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Cool, Ill tweak a few CVs here and there and then start the texture.
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it looks really great.. was it hard to complete? (i was thinking about getting some tutorials from here)
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nice, the eyes look good man, maybes a little too protuded from the head, but the acctual eyes are great.
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They are spheres...
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They are spheres...
LOL, cool

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They are spheres...


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But I'm glad you so easily amused.
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lmao. Ok.
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PUT UP A PIC
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....huh?? we was talking bout the frogs eyes lol`
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Sorry here is the final immage before textures
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And here is a chronology of the making.

tell me what you think. more to come very soon.

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Originally posted by BilloBob
And here is a chronology of the making.

tell me what you think. more to come very soon.

Thanks all.

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Here is Pic 2
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