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Old 05-05-2006, 08:22 PM   #1
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Thumbs up what a site!!!

Whats up people.
am mike by name a beginner in 3d. I have been thinking how i am gonna ever make it Right here in Nigeria cause 3d has not come into this place fully. but since i came accross this site, i had hope cause i see people who cares about other people.
Pls do keep on the good work my friends.
to me ? (*****)i rate u five(5)
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Nigeria, eh? thats cool. I am from Canada, and even though I am in a reasonably big city I dont know anyone else who do 3d art... I totally agree with what you are saying, I love this cite and love having skilled people showing what they can make.

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i saw the Matrix Style Bullets tutorails, Men it was intresting. but i dont have enough point to get that now. its is possible for friends to transfer points to there friends? hope its not a crime to ask
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yup its possible to transfer points to a friend.
you can even transfer points between friends that are in another simply websites.
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