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Old 02-05-2003, 01:17 PM   #16
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cool ninja man this will be cool good luck
i did tae kwon do for a while i got to blue belt
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Thanks everyone, no updates, just got my scene set up with the image planes. I have a TKD tournament tomorrow all day about 5 hours away, so I'm leaving in a little while. Hopefully I'll start actually modelling Sunday. Wish me luck!
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Finally got to work at this a little. This might be too busy a month for me! I'll see if I can finish this guy at least through the modelling though, if not texturing. Here's the early head stage, doing straight polys again. Began with a cube and started splitting...
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hehe, I love that kind of innocent looks in the eyes of your sketch
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Well, I'm afraid I'll have to retract my entry in this month's challenge. I'm just not going to have the time to put into it. I'll keep checking on everyone else's progress from time to time though. Good luck to everyone!
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THats too bad snich. i was lookin foreward to seeing this one.. anyways, thanks for trying , cya.
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