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Old 01-05-2010, 02:11 AM   #166
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bahahahahaha yeh Ben he did. I understand now (Im over 40 so Im thinkin old). They are the modern equivalent just no kids. I got what you meant as soon as you said 'chewin gum'. bahahahaha makes me think of Ab Fab actually!!! I didnt watch Ali G mate, never really got into him to tell the truth. I LOVE British comedy, big fan of the OLD stuff (like me). Hale and Pace were my choice.

Yes we have plenty of Kev and Tracey lookalikes over here......bahahahaha

A Bogan is a bikie without a bike so to speak. They are usually poor (though own a spotless V8 Monaro or GT XY Ford) etc etc

Think Hale and Pace with the 2 Iron Maiden dudes, thats pretty close to a bogan mate.

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Old 01-05-2010, 02:27 AM   #167
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bahahahahaha yeh Ben he did. I understand now (Im over 40 so Im thinkin old). They are the modern equivalent just no kids. I got what you meant as soon as you said 'chewin gum'. bahahahaha makes me think of Ab Fab actually!!! I didnt watch Ali G mate, never really got into him to tell the truth. I LOVE British comedy, big fan of the OLD stuff (like me). Hale and Pace were my choice.

Yes we have plenty of Kev and Tracey lookalikes over here......bahahahaha

A Bogan is a bikie without a bike so to speak. They are usually poor (though own a spotless V8 Monaro or GT XY Ford) etc etc

Think Hale and Pace with the 2 Iron Maiden dudes, thats pretty close to a bogan mate.

bahahaha

A uni friend of mine... well....my ex, actually, is travelling Australia and New Zealand at the moment.I'll have to check on her to see if she's come across any bogans. Chewing gum, yeah, it could be kinda crucial to the image. You have to check out Ali G. He is definitely one of the best comedic exports from these shores in the last decade. And in his feature length film he made, there is 'essex' culture galore that would illustrate the 'Kevin and Tracy' set-up perfectly.

Im 29. Hale and Pace are sooo Eighties!! lol. But they are still 'da management'.

Catch up on Ali G. The guy is, literally, a genius.

My mum just added: A 'sheila'. Thats probably the Aussie 'Tracey'. Or kylie?

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Yeh I used to watch 'in da house' he is good but I dont get into him. Still amazing how comedy crosses cultures and boundaries though!!!!! We all have our stereotypes and no matter where on the earth they are, they are similar!!! bahahahaha

80's eh!!??? you callin me old Ben? bahahahah cos I am!!!!
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Moving swiflty on

the cockpit is now done, so thats off to render for the next set of Outlaws tales pages....

began a new main character......


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looks good bro, Roman in appearance, not is it?

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Thanks Ant

No not roman on purpose. I am actually playing with forms at the moment, I havent done human character modelling for a few months as its been all creatures, dogs and buildings.

This one will be heading more toward the actor Bruce Greenwood I hope once Ive got enough refs together then followed by Robert Knepper.....

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Looks good man, tad lumpy in places. The forms need integrating into each other a bit more.... but early days, so hard to say.

Nice work though...

I'm still buzzing of the Hawking stuff man... awesome!
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Yup, sure is and sure does!!

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hey jay long time no see! first of all congrats on the new job, how is it over there?

as usual loving the work you produce so far, no crits from me at all. btw the chick in outlaws tale(last page) looks hot :p
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MarlonJohn!!!


dude, you live!!!

yeah it has been a while hasnt it. Hope all is well.

Going pretty good over here, though am looking around for work just incase my contract doesnt get extended - thats the VFX industry for you.

Thanks matey no crit...glad you like her, sign up on the RSS, you'll get first look at her before anyone else on the web when I update.

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"NEW PAGE NEW PAGE"
yup jay its a demonstration
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LOL cool mate

well the good news is I have 3 pages on the go right now so its just the time to finsh them and I'll put them up together.

They should be pretty good, Im happy with them so far.

Also Outlaws Tales has provoked some serious interest to be published as one of the first 3d graphic novels done properly. Im off to the Comic con here on Sunday to meet with a few people to discuss its future. Who knows how it will turn out, it could end up a s a film or TV series too. All of these categories are a possibilty so fingers crossed.

Also dont forget to vote for it on www.Comichovel.com

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Jay,

I have just read it, not bad dude, not bad.

Now that you have also engineered my curiosity in the story Im with murambi!!!!!

New page, new page etc etc etc more please........

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Originally posted by Jay
Also Outlaws Tales has provoked some serious interest to be published as one of the first 3d graphic novels done properly. Im off to the Comic con here on Sunday to meet with a few people to discuss its future. Who knows how it will turn out, it could end up a s a film or TV series too. All of these categories are a possibilty so fingers crossed.
dude that is insane! i hope something awesome comes out of it
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Thanks Chirone

The only prob is that if it does become a graphic novel, it wont be updated at all online. It may just be snippets of stuff. But we'll see

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