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Old 31-05-2003, 03:23 PM   #121
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i really like that. it is not the texturing that shows off, but the model itself with simplest shaders (no offence). and i like the bright backlight - gives a unique touch to the picture
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Looks great and thanks again for sharing the hints and meshes and things- always find little nuggets of learning in your stuff. Glad you are feeling better and looking forward to your next model! Really good work on this one.
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