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Old 13-03-2007, 06:49 PM   #1
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Well I'm in!

Going to do a sort of robot/human mix, kind of along the lines of Clive Barkers Tortured Souls, mixed with lots more of the borg type mods BUT with Victorian Technology, lots of rivits, cogs, pistons, exposed metal etc.

Well thats the Idea!
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I was thinking of doing somthing like that. I really like the tortured souls models. Should look good
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Old 14-03-2007, 04:23 AM   #3
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How do i join this competition?
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How do i join this competition?
Go to the main challenge forum (the one where all our threads are) then create a new thread with your name and the month dates so for yours it would be starjsjswars - March/April.

Then post all your progress in there, as well as any Ideas etc etc
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Well not being letting this slip form me, just blocking one of the heads that i'll be using out, I'll post some updates soon.

I'm going to model this as i'm going along as ive never done something this way before so it might be a little mad, and a great way of learning! Some of it is referenced of course but most of it wont be!
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I did that last challenge for the alien guy. Its a good learning experience but it is a real hassle later on if somthing doesn't work right or you need somthing changed. Good luck with it though
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