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Old 09-04-2004, 09:34 AM   #16
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dude the cobra is awsome!! the whole concept is so cool
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Thanks!! at least one person replied :p :tup:
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I really like how this turned out. Good job
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what are going to do next Phant?
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I have no idea :-(
Right now I have two weeks left of class so I have to study for my finals. After that then I will start something new. Any sugestions?
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draw the owner of that cobra throne. thatd be pretty dope! good job man!
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That would be Cobra Commander. And I kinda did made him. I modeled, rigged and partially dressed him. But I stoped because I had some trouble using Maya Cloth to make his shirt (the pants and mask are fine). The problem I had with the shirt is that one of the sleves kept curling inside his chest everytime I ran the simulation (only the right side of the shirt, the left was fine). Since my computer is very slow it wasn't a very pleasant experience trying to figure it out. So now I think I'm going to keep that in hold until I gain more experience and save enough for a workstation. But as soon as I decide to attempt that project again I'll definetly post my results in here.
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