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Old 31-10-2007, 08:25 PM   #1
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do any of you guys have a prefered day when you like to work on you 3d stuff, the reason i ask is because i only like working on my 3d models on sundays only, and on those rare occasions mondays too
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Old 31-10-2007, 08:31 PM   #2
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I have no particular day. I mostly get my 3d work done on weekends though. but whenever I am not too tired from work i usually find myself on Maya.
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Originally posted by RockyMills_01
I have no particular day. I mostly get my 3d work done on weekends though. but whenever I am not too tired from work i usually find myself on Maya.
Working in Maya is always a pleasure. You actually feel relaxed while working in Maya. So any time when I feel like shutting off from the world, I dive deep into Maya.
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Default Re: A strange question

Originally posted by jali
do any of you guys have a prefered day when you like to work on you 3d stuff, the reason i ask is because i only like working on my 3d models on sundays only, and on those rare occasions mondays too
yeah - i'm hoping to get a job using maya, but i only like to work on the 29th of february every leap year....
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I like to work on creative stuff at night. The lack of sleep stops you thinking so you come up with really wierd and wonderful ideas and stuff. I actually feel more creative at night... dunno why, but I think the moon has something to do with it.
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A creative warewolf?

I try to play around a little everyday but sometimes when you get home from work you just sit down and play some game instead.
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Lol i do it every day, 7/7 but occasionally i use zbrush combustion pillusion to give me a break

I started fulltime freelance in september and its going al right. i cant complain for just starting out two months ago
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