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Old 19-03-2007, 06:35 AM   #1
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Default My 2nd work! Not a big deal!

Jus i tried! this may be disgusting for u! forgive me, me dont know much! jus i started to work in maya! soon i`ll catchup i hope! need ur comments plz!
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Fire looks good.
I would change your text to 3d text. I think that would look better. You would get a nicer render from it as well.
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at least this one is more related to your name... the whole 'sniper with flowers' thing was laughable... but still well done.
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