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Old 24-12-2007, 10:32 AM   #31
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thanx elephantic.

Im actually excited too. lol. But part of me dont want to finish it if that makes sense? Im such a perfectionist, its gonna takes me like years!!! lol



Thanx for the comments guys, keep it coming, im really looking for crit, although im flattered at the nice comments, its good to have something to work on.

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Yeah i know what you mean
i never get on to texturing my models cause i want the model to be perfect first
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Old 24-12-2007, 01:49 PM   #33
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ah ok, so you prefer modelling?

Im the same with animation. Im a perfectionist.Thats why i never want to model, or texture etc.

Not because i dont like it or im crap or lazy, i actually enjoy it, i just dont want to do this as a hobby, I am desperate for a career in animation and i know that to become a professional character animator you have to be unreal.

To become unreal at what you do, you have to spend a mindblowing number of hours practicing, and learning of great people, and i want to cram my brain with every bit of knowledge in animation and practice, practice and practice.

I wish I was there now, i just know its a marathon, not a sprint!! grrrr

So i see what you mean.

Thanx for posting and il update you with my progress.

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