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Old 26-11-2004, 06:41 AM   #46
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Old 28-11-2004, 03:32 AM   #47
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starlitebarking: blahblahblah... I cant post unless I type something here...
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Old 28-11-2004, 08:15 AM   #48
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hey man! that is cool!
Nice and Manga looking! Very good! did you do the coloring in photoshop?
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Old 28-11-2004, 07:22 PM   #49
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Theres some cool stuff here, I particularly love HappyMats and Surfers, they have that Daisy Cutter feel about them!!

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Thanks Jango.
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Ok everyone!!! I choosen an entry, and let me tell you it was very hard to decide on just one with all the great entries. Each piece had something I really liked about it and I thank you all for participating.

The concept that will be in a Sm tut is the entry from "surfermcd".

The reason I decided on this character was I saw something in the first sketch, she had a lot of personality coming through which will transition into 3D well. As well as not being over the top.

I hope to have more contests like this for SM as well as 3D max once I start making tuts there, as its great to get members involved in the site as well as helping them develope their design skills.

Again a big thanks to everyone who entered, I'm very impressed with all your work.

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Old 30-11-2004, 09:09 AM   #52
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Well done everyone, nice stuff all round. Wudn't be surprised if some of you start turning these things into models yourselves. If you do be nice to see the WIP.
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Old 30-11-2004, 11:57 AM   #53
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Hey Dudes
Well done surfer!! I did say, I liked yours and happymats, must be the vibes!!! Also though it did remind me of my girl character off my site, maybe thats why I went for it!!

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Well done surfer!!
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Is it just me or is this thread in the wrong place?

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Hey COOL!
Thanks thanks thanks! Now I can see the master at work or at least get an original piece of modeling from Kurt!!
SWEET!
I thought that it was a hard choice too with some pretty slick stuff there guys.

Jango! DUUUDE! Thanks for the congtaz and your site is looking really nice. Good upgrade!!!

Everyone check it at...
http://www.outlaws3d.co.uk
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Hey Surfer!!

Yo thanks for the advert!! I look forward to the model when its done. Who is making it? Any ideas? Is it definately Kurt?

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surfer you want it cartoony like your picture or more realistic?

Let me know.
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Duuuude! I suppose cartooney is good but if it is realistic I have no problems with that at all. If you need more reference drawings I could whip some up - Although I have no idea what her profile would look like??
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It would be nice to see Kurt use a cell shader on this one.

I look forward to it.

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