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Old 19-09-2008, 01:12 PM   #1
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Hey guys, im looking for talented enthusiastic people with nothing to do to help with a project. Im at Animation Mentor, and im after a set built for a short im planning on animating.

If I get no response, i'll attempt it myself but I'd love to have a pair of hands helping me.

The set consists of 3 blocks of flats like the bronx surrounding an alleyway, with staircase, garbage cans etc...

Ideally if you can texture too, ..even better.


If anyone has nothing on their plate and fancies helping me out,...i'd be much appreciated.

Many thanx. either hit me back on this or PM me.

My msn and email is secret.fox@hotmail.co.uk


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Ok, i really detest modelling as im sure some modellers detest rigging and modellers avoid lighting...but

While i was waiting i figured i'd have a crack...im a very poor modeller

Can you give me any tips on how to add detail, how to make the wall look real etc.

Im surprising myself but i dont want to miss anything important, like when to delete history etc.

ANY tips and advice is much much appreciated

Thanx guys! I love this sitE

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