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Old 17-01-2003, 03:33 AM   #1
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Cool hi, new here

hey people

i'm new to 3d Art so many people recommended to start with maya. so just sayin hi, and i might be asking some dumb n00b questions trying to learn this

I'm really interested in being able to create cg art. I was browsing and some of the members here have amazing skillz.

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Welcome to SM! You're going to find that this community is very helpful for people of all skill levels.
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Wassup X, I am also new to MAYA, and hope we can help each other so we can both learn and become good at the program, welcome.
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Wassaby, and no question here is dumb....post away!!!
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thnx for the welcomes everyone
ChaoticMindz, us noobs gotta stick together

yea so i was playing around with the maya interface & was watching some videos. I like it, I was having probs with the splitting points & selecting but i guess i'll get used to it later
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