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Old 01-06-2007, 03:33 PM   #16
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Looks realy nice, I'm no dog expert but I can't spot anything looking strange at this stage.
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thanks mate and for the tips on fonts.
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Hey Arran, this is looking sweet, have you gor a plan for the final model?

I think a nice test with fur is in order for this model!
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Originally posted by gster123
Hey Arran, this is looking sweet, have you gor a plan for the final model?

I think a nice test with fur is in order for this model!
cheers mate - i'm thinking of doing a little animation...though i never seem to quite make it to that stage.

yeah - i should give fur a shot, though too be honest, all of my fur experiments seem to go horribly wrong and end up looking like christopher walken or worse....cousin Itt!
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I like this dog, maybe the heads a little too big or too short or something for it's body, but it's not even that bad really. It's lookin good, keep up the good work.
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nice. you gonna make him furry?
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thanks plaski - yeah I may give fur a shot. to be honest I'm still deciding on which direction i want to take this.
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Cool looking dog Arran.
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