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Old 08-08-2003, 01:39 AM   #31
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lol it depends what im rendering in, if im rendering in lightwave.... make a tent up and watch the lines sloooowly fill in, if im rendering in Mental ray. Beer... beer... beer.... adjust render settings while drunk.... beer .... beer. ..... sleep....
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I sit in front of the computer and guard it to make sure no one turns it off. they tend not to believe me when I say that little black-and-grey window is VERY important.
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lol yep... black and white screens = very important (butr so is beer and I must sleep!) :headbang:
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