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Old 22-07-2004, 07:13 AM   #16
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Old 24-07-2004, 05:04 PM   #17
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Very cool. Your explanation clearifies the context of the moves.
I am familar with Choy Li fut but haven't heard of chito-ryu karate.
I've spent a few years with Tang Soo Do, and Shorin-ryu karate and even a short time with Wing Chun.
I'd like to see the finished product!
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Looks cool. What is hudini?

P.S. I didn't know the U Of T did maya. Or are you just using the server?
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Houdini is another 3d package. It's being used where I work to make a disney movie so I needed to learn it.

I just finished my Comp Sci degree at U of T so that's why I still have an account. No, unfortunately they don't do any 3d animation...other than pure coding.

Wish they did though so I could say I've learned something useful.
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