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View Poll Results: What new tutorial would you like to see by new instructor ?
NextGen Poly Alien Assasin (Organic-Hard Surface Modeling) 6 20.69%
Land Vehicle/Flying Vehicle (Hard Surface Modeling) 2 6.90%
Pixar/Disney Stylized Character (Organic Modeling) 7 24.14%
Stylized Robot Character (Hard Surface Modeling) 1 3.45%
Bipedal/Quadruped Creature Concept (Organic Modeling) 2 6.90%
Real World Realistic Object (Hard Surface Modeling) 11 37.93%
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Old 05-06-2007, 12:32 AM   #31
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yes but that's very easy to say, when you come home from 8-9-10 hours of doing this stuff you dont necessarily want to come back to it when you get home now do you

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Alan,

I'm in the same boat with you. In previous few posts you're saying exactly what I've been thinking. I hardly even launch Maya at home after work anymore...
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It sucks doesn't it. I used to have a lot of enthusiasm for it when I got home but now.... no no

How's dneg? Are you settled in? Sorry I haven't been in touch we're full on into the next show again (plus I've moved house!!) all pretty stressfull!

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Originally posted by Alan
It sucks doesn't it. I used to have a lot of enthusiasm for it when I got home but now.... no no
Yeah. It's not that I wouldn't want to. I just can't find the time or the energy. Gotta have a life outside work as well...
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How's dneg? Are you settled in? Sorry I haven't been in touch we're full on into the next show again (plus I've moved house!!) all pretty stressfull!

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Dneg's cool. Just had my first review yesterday and I will continue here after my first contract expires next month. I'm on my second show now (10,000 BC) which is ramping up. After this I'll have a looong vacation

Might need to move house as well as I live a little too far away from work... :/
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