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Old 05-12-2010, 12:10 PM   #1
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Thought I'd post this one in here. After I created the tutorial David gave me permission to display it on other sites and do a small write up on how it was made for 3dtotal.com - it went on to get an award and was on the front page for a week, the same thing happened at CGArena.com too. It was a popular image. I will redo the fire with N-Particles or fluids now I have the new version of Maya....

But anyway I thought I'd briing it 'home' where it needs to be.

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i must say i am proud and extremely envious of your award jay you really deserve it
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It's a great image from a great tutorial.
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Old 05-12-2010, 09:34 PM   #4
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Thank you!!

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The finished product does look good mate...dig the mean look he has...

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Old 31-12-2010, 03:11 PM   #6
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Cheers Bullet

Im hoping to redo the fire at some point

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Yeh a little more transparent maybe?? dig the blood spatter too man..you must see a lot of cadavers? LOL

well a cadaver wouldnt have any claret left I suppose...hmmmm too much CSI

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LOL, great work
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What the **** is this ****, are you ***** ****** ***** mad? **** me!
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indeed.....

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are you Jay...are you really? or is this subliminal projections at work? hmmm huh hmmmm

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Bullet, I have no idea what you are talking about LOL

I was reply to Edge Walkers comment......

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LOL oh yes...you are ******* crazy and ****** up and completely mental...bahahahahaha...ooops was that? bahaha
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you ***** ****** ***** mad?
i'm stuck on this bit.
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i'm stuck on this bit.
Yes please fill it in, because I am curious if there is another variantion of ****ing or ****ed in there
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