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Old 20-05-2006, 01:21 AM   #1
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just wanted to show you guys my centaur.
as you can probably see i stayed true to the tutorial.
the main i changed was the wrist band. i didnt really like the one in the tut.
the day i got to start putting all the "nik naks" i just couldnt keep of the computer. i was too glued to it. soon my mum was getting a bit angry cuz i was on for too long saying that i would soon get blind if i kept doing it.
well anyway. hope you like it

oh yeah the shadows are a bit screwed up but since its kinda late here and i want to sleep in tomorrow so i dont really want to make some ajustments right now so i'll leave it at that.

and thanks for producing it kurt!
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another view (with a blured up shadow)
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cool man, good job!
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Definitely see a lot of Kurt's influence! Nice job!
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