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Old 26-04-2004, 06:13 PM   #1
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Hello there.... I'm back This is my new model, would like some critique before I go any further. Thanks guys!
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Looks realy good!! IMOA i think the tear isnt quite right. But other than that very cool!
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Thanks, is it too big maybee?
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Great work Ice Queen, i'd agree with DrRobotnik about the tear thou. Maybe a bit more pointed at the top and prob a bit smaller. Just my thoughts thou.
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Old 26-04-2004, 07:33 PM   #5
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Thanks Lonepig
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Wow, out of the blue. Very nice work.
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Like your avatar Rick... What happened to the dog??
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good stuff. No C+C for this that I can see right now. Nice to have you back !!
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Thanks, My girl is now almost 7 months. She is a little terror. Haha, People say to use tabasco to keap her from chewing things. Her favorite food is Jalipeno Beef jerky so I do not think it will help.

I do not see a single thing wrong so I cannot give you any C&C. She is a little creapy but that is what makes it so great.
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Thanks Pony, nice to back, Say hello to Pony'sGirl!
Rick..Whoooo, Jalipeno Beef, How can you sleep at night? You put her outside? Or do you start plying with the lighter, hihi.
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Haha, It does not seem to be a problem. I did not think of that.
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Nice work! I like the way you did the clothes! Great job!
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Thanks MainlineX

Fixed the tear and bound her (that one is open). This is the pose I am thinking of ?? Scene needs to be done yet, lighting also.
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give it red lighting and it would look incredibly evil....
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Very nice model!!
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