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Old 27-08-2008, 03:43 AM   #1
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So, got a weird package in the mail yesterday. A box of 6 copies of my 2nd book all translated into Japanese!

Is anyone out there a Japanese Maya artist and interested in a copy? If you guys want, I could make it a prize in the next challenge.

Having a hard time finding a link to it anywhere though. It's got a new (better) cover and everything! Pretty cool.
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Old 27-08-2008, 03:47 AM   #2
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Ah, here we go:

http://www.amazon.co.jp/Maya-%E3%82%...9853230&sr=8-2

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i can read that it says "Maya - game animator guide" my japanese isn't good enough to read a whole book... looks good tho!
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YOU wrote that book!?
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now THAT is a nice prize, even if I couldn't read it.. Japanese text is cool though, hehe. I could impress people by pretending to read it
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Nice one Mike!
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so they just randomly made you japanese with no warning? cool

that would be a prize i would shoot for
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Default Re: Japanese translation of my book?

Originally posted by mtmckinley
So, got a weird package in the mail yesterday. A box of 6 copies of my 2nd book all translated into Japanese!

Is anyone out there a Japanese Maya artist and interested in a copy? If you guys want, I could make it a prize in the next challenge.

Having a hard time finding a link to it anywhere though. It's got a new (better) cover and everything! Pretty cool.
Cool! The thing is, did they translate it correctly? :p

My dad has some old FORTRAN books that were translated from English into Japanese (he knows a bit) - it is rather amusing how translations can turn out...
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