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Old 09-01-2010, 07:13 PM   #91
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I believe it got worse later, I had to leave early as I have a long train ride home from London. The boss lady passed out from too much and everyone else just got very hammered until gone midnight.

I recall one of the VFX supes coming round with a bad mesh from one dude for us to fix, now ya gotta bear in mind we are ALL pissed and so was he, we trashed the mesh and then wanted to go and have words with the guy in single file....I dunno waht happened after that as there was so much booze...hic!

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k...so if i ever make it to the uk for a visit brother....will you make sure that there is one of those parties happening at the time and you invite me to work with you, so i can see a day in the life of a gfx artist, the right way?
PLEASE?!?!?!
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Old 09-01-2010, 07:39 PM   #93
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wait... you get cake?
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Old 09-01-2010, 08:27 PM   #94
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Well I'll see....


Dom:

Yeah mate, theres actually an in house cake club too (seriously), its awsome, yesterday someone made a 3 tier carrot cake it was a monster!! But I didnt have it, as it orange flavourings in it, and I cant have oranges...'tis the bringer of migraine!! so I settled for jammie dodgers melded with custard creams!!

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Old 09-01-2010, 11:24 PM   #95
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jammie doggers?
custard creams?
what are these cuisines you speak of?...
cakes can have more then one tier?....i thought that was reserved for weddings..
i feel so sheltered ><
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Old 09-01-2010, 11:30 PM   #96
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I speaketh of Biscuits dear boy, a jammie dodger is somewhat similar to an oreo, but with a standard biscuit instead of chocolate, the centre being that of Jam or jelly as you say.

Custard creams are a square biscuit, with a custard/vanilla flavoured icing in the centre.

Well in cake club anything goes at our place.


anyway on with the thread at hand, no more of this loose off topic biscuit, and party talk.....its just not good sport!!

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Old 10-01-2010, 01:41 AM   #97
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I anxiously await your next update old friend...

with a saliva covered tongue..LoL

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Updatus!

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Old 16-01-2010, 12:21 AM   #99
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Yay, It lives!
....is that Larry's leisure suit?...
Heh, looks nice bro.
I suppose the overlap sorts its self when smoothed?
1 , 2, or 3 peices of geometry?...i'm guessing....2 knowing

Shirt + pants...then Overcoat

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Old 16-01-2010, 08:58 AM   #100
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Yeah mate 3 bits....you are obsessed with smoothing old boy LOL - take two faceted edges and see me in the morning LOL

BTW, who in gods name is Larry?

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Dude, I'm not obsessed!...look at the DS9 model, not a single smoothed object in that model!!!!....

I just, like the way smoothed objects look...I understand the need and usefulness for soft normals, and beveled edges..i do..
<---looks around wtih shifty eyes.

Non the less.
Google Leisure suit larry....
He's a game character .... a nerdy screw up that is always trying to get Laid, and never can...hilarious stuff really.
the object of the game os to get him a woman and get her to say yes.. ......I know, its rather adolescent of me...but..Still!.
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Cool,

I referred to the smoothing because of what we spoke about on the model you have been doing of late...savvy??


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Aye, i know mate. Was pokin a bit o fun at you is all

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MAte, i know this might be cliche...
but i think that a thick tuft of hair comming out of his sleeve above his hands, might be in order here.
I believe that it would set off his chinstical.

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