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Old 15-01-2008, 06:43 AM   #16
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Originally posted by Mayaniac
I don't honestly think he wants you to Crit his work!

He's posted it in Finished work, and he is quick to his Guns, when someone makes a comment that questions the models Accuracy, and/or completion.

You will probably find he doesn't want to work on this model anymore (as he's probably been going at it for awhile, or he has other projects to attend to) so he's probably not going to make any changes. Or put your advice to work.

I'm not trying to be offensive... just trying to point out the obvious.

@Tadpole. I actually think your model is good (Though it's not an accurate model of JC)
u hit the nail on the head there.
i'm making a game with a bunch of other guys, i just got the concept art last night. its finished, thats why its in the finished section.
since i have only had mudbox one month try to cut me some slack guys i'm new to it. i can only export models as an OBJ so the count is through the roof thats why i'm not gonna post a wire frame
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