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Old 02-03-2003, 05:49 PM   #1
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http://www.simplymaya.com/perl/galle...sf=image_title

It says that this pic was done in Max. Isnt that a no no for a simply maya site? It's a cool pic and I'm not trying to be mean to the person that did it, just seemed kinda weird to have a max pic up there.

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aren't we all trying to reach the same goal? using different tools to achive it sometimes can help to get a different point of view.

Alan: btw, which picture do you refer to?
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true but the point I was making was that this is a maya site, I'm not being snobbish about maya cause I use houdini and max too. But the gallery is really there to show what you can do with maya isnt it?

But you're right I guess (in a way )

Ps I prefer the jet fighters and the car models.

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True - I think they took it out already; at least I don't get picture linking to the site you're referring to:
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