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Old 09-12-2002, 03:47 PM   #16
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Null perspiration dude. If I can get a handle on building/attaching things beyond simple primitives, it'll have been well worth it.
LOL, mate you will be designing big scary monsters after it!!

and blowing up your simple primitives ... Literally
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Old 09-12-2002, 03:50 PM   #17
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Yeah, that looks like a pretty HOT tutorial...get it?! Hot!! It's a joke! Hahaha...ouch!
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Old 09-12-2002, 03:52 PM   #18
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Yeah, that looks like a pretty HOT tutorial...get it?! Hot!! It's a joke! Hahaha...ouch!
dam mate... thats terrible
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Yeah, that looks like a pretty HOT tutorial...get it?! Hot!! It's a joke! Hahaha...ouch!
Dam im away for a couple of hours and the whole place explodes!

*groan*

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Oh man... I'm definatly gonna renew that subscription! =]

I'll have to wait until after the holidays... I'm hoping some distant 2nd cousin to send me a $20 bill.
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damn!! awesome.. i remember someone was looking for this tutorial but cant find it anywhere else on the internet..... who was this???
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btw, , i cant subsribe now... broke..... but i am sure i will be next year in january.... cant wait...
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Oh man... I'm definatly gonna renew that subscription! =]

I'll have to wait until after the holidays... I'm hoping some distant 2nd cousin to send me a $20 bill.
yep and the good thing is now its a one of subscription that is open always ...after you initial points are gone you can buy 5 upwards

so you just grab the movies you want
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