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Old 13-09-2007, 10:31 AM   #16
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i think this is a real world picture
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Got my new computer: a quad core pentium 4 with 4 GB ram and I'm running Maya and Maxwell 64bit on Vista 64-bit.

Now the renders are faaaast, this one ran for 55 minutes.
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wow...
I taught that was real until i read the post. Awesome work
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Looks great as usual. I would've died in anticipation long before 50 minutes.
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