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Old 03-04-2003, 06:58 AM   #1
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Hey, anyone who has been here since i have, or before.. you all know that simplymaya is always drastically improving, but other than that, the community seems to be getting much more familiar with maya. In each competition the entries are better, and all the WIP's are better as well. This applies to the commoners here at SM, which is a lot of you . Hopefully this continues for years so that we can all watch eachother improve over time . Anyways, just wanted to state this... cya.
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Hi Matt,

nice & good statement...

I feel SimplyMaya has helped me a lot, and that it is a awesome very good place...

I'm very happy that I found it a couple of months ago...

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Nice comment M and I totally agree mate

Its a mixture of great mods like you and great members
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, i just am amazed how many friendly people are out there in this world willing to help, and how most of them are here at SM! Alright, cya later guys.
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totally agree Matt - some of the guys who joined here a year or so back as relative newbies are now kicking out some awesome work (you know who you are ). Its a great thing to see
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