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Old 17-04-2004, 11:50 PM   #1
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finally got started on it.......

god I wish I had more time on maya, working takes up soooo much time!
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Old 18-04-2004, 12:31 AM   #2
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Great start...... will be watching your progress....

Keep going..
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Old 19-04-2004, 10:56 PM   #3
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made a little progress...
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Nice start dude...coming on nicely!!
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Very Cool Man. Hope to see your progress.

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Nice !!
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Great... great... start.... proportions look bang on.... keep it up im following your progress......
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Thanks guys

Im really enjoying this tutorial so far, great work Kurt
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damn you and your ossome work!

ahh it's all good i quit ages ago, your looks awesome man! great work!
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dont give in man, I couldn't get the head right for ages, it was really annoying but i persevered and now I'm enjoying it
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Old 21-04-2004, 10:03 PM   #11
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made a start on the hand tonight

I thinks it going alright so far, I was really worried about the hands!
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Not bad mate.. rember hands are like a model all to them selves.. they take a long time to make look good...

Keep going your doing well.
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Nice man, the reason i quit wasnt cos it was too hard, it's cos i got bored, i have a short attention span i get bored veeeery quickly of tedious pushing and pulling of Vertices...
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Lol, the other night I woke up from a sound sleep, turned on the computer and modelled a gorilla's head for 3 straight hours. Then turned off the computer, and went back to sleep. I just remember waking up knowing the exact way I was gonna model it... and it worked! *boggle*
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been working stupid hours so haven't had much time but here's a slight update....
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