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Old 06-01-2006, 08:30 PM   #1
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Default Jan/Feb - Norm- swankymonkey

I cannot pass up an animal related project.

Just moments after this photo was taken both men were shot dead by a third man hunting for the elusive but unfortunately far from extinct DORK:
http://tenthchoir.com/warthog008.bmp

And, no, I won't be modeling bow hunting dorks in really bad camo ... the WARTHOG, silly!

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Old 06-01-2006, 08:47 PM   #2
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Sounds original lol. Look at your thread name by the way.
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Old 06-01-2006, 08:53 PM   #3
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oops! I meant NORM (cut and paste ya know)... maybe some one of influence can fix it for me ... Now who's the DORK!! HA HA!

Dave

Edit - Fixed it all by myself ... but, yeah I'm still a dork
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cool head to model and good to see you back in dave
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Glad you are in this comp. Swanky

Warthog is a great idea!
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Hi guys!

Getting started roughing out the head
http://tenthchoir.com/warthog001.jpg
Its taken a bit of studying to grasp how these little buggers are put together. They have quite a bizzare jaw and skull structure.

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Start good swanky!
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Getting close to finished with roughing him out. Hes gonna need a lot more work around the eye socket, brow, ear, and those freaky choppers ...
http://tenthchoir.com/warthog_101.jpg
Also, I once hes far enough along I'll make his ears and tusks asymmetrical

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Wow. That looks really great. I really like the way you'ver modelled the tusks and the nose. I would be curious to see a photo from below to show how you dealt with the mouth. Good work!
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looks great nice modeling swanky :attn:
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cool model and a nice clean mesh

it would be good to see the mouth area, or at least a side head view
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Mouth area so far ...
http://tenthchoir.com/warthog_102.jpg
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Looking good Dave, and a cool choise of model
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Yeah, your model looks excellent. Great choice of animal and thanks for posting the side view of the mouth. Looking forward to seeing your progress.
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