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Old 07-03-2006, 04:02 PM   #1
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About Kurt Boutilier's Interior Scene tutorials: all is great except those 22,476 times when he goes "you know..." or "a little bit" or is chasing frantically the right tool in menus.

Hey, Kurt... English vocabulary is very rich. Try "some more" or "a tad" or "a fraction" or... etc, otherwise we'd think that beneath your skin there is a boring robot

You could try listening 3dquakers.com video tutorials also. Charbel Koueik is master, although he's not a native English/American citizen.

Enjoy.

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Old 07-03-2006, 06:40 PM   #2
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All I can say is sorry you did not like my talking in the above tut, some come out more fluent than others.
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Old 10-03-2006, 03:47 AM   #5
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Originally posted by Kurt
All I can say is sorry you did not like my talking in the above tut, some
come out more fluent than others.
don't worry, Kurt. critics is progress.

in fact there are worse narrations on other tutorial sites. you know...
commentators drooling, puffing into their cheap microphone, or making those
disgusting satisfied tchicks every minute while proudly rotating their 3D models. probably a glass of water would help

sorry for the above 'you know'. I think it's contagious

keep up the good work. cheers.
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alot of ppl have thier own unique style of talking. but at the same time some ppl just have a typical dull way of speaking.
i myself get mixed up with words :headbang: english is a very cool language.
the coolest one around these days. hehe.
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