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Old 09-03-2004, 12:19 AM   #106
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fantastic work mate - its great to see the tutorials being used exactly how they should be used!

well done to you
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Thank you Kevin. I learned a great deal from the tutorial and I am looking forward to my next project.

The Simply Maya community is really great!
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Haha Frayo you have obviously never seen my signature! :grin: But I will certainly check out that book. Thanks!
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fixed the link to the tie fighter if anyone wants to download and play with it.
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Hey mate on what are you working now, I would realy like to see more of your works!!!
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I am working on a head model. There have been alot of head and body models lately and mine must be rather boring as I think only 2 people have left any comments on it.

I am pretty happy with it as it is the first head model I have been able to integerate all the components (except the ears) into a single mesh.

I started it out as a kind of docu-tutorial but had so few people looking at it I just started posting images at various stages along the way.

Here is the link: http://forum.simplymaya.com/showthre...threadid=11042
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