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Old 26-06-2010, 01:58 PM   #16
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those were submissions by people looking for jobs
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Hey wow...that looks like some of my work!!!! damn how did they get my stuff??

Edit : g-man...she looked hot mate!!!! WTF did you stop for!!

Tweety....I know how you feel and the pain you went through. I do it EVERY day with design models from some highly paid Engineer who doesnt know squat!!!! Sam..same..30 000 points and lines for an estate or roads..all on weird layers or ONE BLOODY layer. Days of shifting..calculating etc etc....the worst part is...I have to stake this stuff on the ground to build roads..etc etc siiiggghhhhhhh (did I say I hate my job again!)

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Old 26-07-2010, 08:41 PM   #18
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Since this is the place for crappy renders here is one i did just now to test some hair settings......Captain Caveman LOL

Incase you don't know him:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YD36ZhpHPpE

Hey in my defense it was either that or one of these
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfqm1...eature=related

( This one incidentally always turns a big smile on my face )
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Oh god mastone...you must be old like me!!!!! bahahahah He was one of my fave cartoons and Fraggle rock was as popular as the Muppets over here...bahahaha I suppose you remember 'The Banana Splits' then?? if you guys had them? I think 'ol Cap needs a razor!!! starting to look like me! bahahaha good one man love it.

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