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Old 17-02-2003, 09:31 PM   #1
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Default Monster Furby Machine

I think that my furby is just about finnished, so I thought that I would post it here. The scene has 1.4 million Polygon faces, used 1.6 gb of ram to render (I only have 1gb) and took 25 min. What do you think?? thanks,
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Amazing!

Wow....sounds like there was smoke coming out of your computer!
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ooh made me llok like a idiot at cgtalk
still as good as last time brian
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Its all good.
Thanks for the comments.
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Yeah gallerey =)
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Looks great Brian! You know it reminds me of the chopped up toys in Toy Story 1 in that kids house (name escapes me at the moment)
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GateKeeper: I think he was called Sid

brian_ellebracht: Love the textures and lighting
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Like the furby thing. Like all your work. Looks so real. You definitely have got GI Joe down. Does it take a lot of tweaking to get it working that well?

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Gallery!!!!
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that would be great if you ad it to the gallery!! Thanks for your opinions guys!!
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Brian,

Go ahead and submit it to the gallery using the Gallery button at the top of the page.
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nice work!!
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Wow, brian.... this is superb! Definately Gallery type of work. Other than that, did you basically have a lego kit at one time when you could just keep importing seperate pieces.. like building a machine like you would in life? Or are most pieces different?
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