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Old 30-01-2007, 07:27 AM   #16
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looks very fun kurt. what are you basing all this off of? it has a bit of dr. seuss feel to it. and seeing the uv's really got me excited to see this all textured.
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Little update still a lot to fine tune and more layers of color to add.
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looking very good mate, reminds me of some of the settings in World of Warcraft. obv yours looks better though much more detail even in the early stages.

yes i was one of the people that lost his life to the game but have secured it again by burning the game, well not quite but close
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Old 20-02-2007, 09:53 PM   #19
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Naaaaaarf, sorry just got done watching Pinky and the Brain.

Texturings getting there, I like the idea. And thanks to you Kurt I finally got the basics of texturing down, so thanks for that and the knowledge of modeling.
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just a couple of questions: why all the chequerboard pattern when you are laying out the UV? and how do you do the rope bridges?
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The checkerboard pattern shows how the skin is laid out as to see where there is too much stretch and not enough. Other-wise, I wanna know how to do that rope bridge too!

Very nice modelling!! I agree that it looks like something inspired by Dr. Seuss! I like it a LOT! KUTGW!!!

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