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Old 04-03-2008, 04:53 AM   #16
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Wow. Looks really good!
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Thanks louis56!
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Old 04-03-2008, 05:14 AM   #19
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Were you secretly practicing all that time you were gone?
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Hi Perfecto, Really nice and hard job.

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Thx lealar and Jr. Who! Haha, no secret practicing, hehe. Other than this scene, I've only spent a few days of modeling. I spent a few hours modeling some legos that my son did, and I started to model an Island but that's all I've done since I was abducted by aliens. I'll post a render of the legos and Island (nothing special though)
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Another update. Not sure how much more detail I'll be adding but I'm just about done with this scene.
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very nice mate! i like the island scene, though it looks a little washed out. good work!
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perfecto, was it you that was working on modeling a house from the frame up? Did you ever complete that?
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Thanks arran and Rhetoric Camel! Yes, that was me modeling a house from the frame up. It's a project that I plan on picking back up again (though not sure when).
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just was curious I was really liking watching the process.
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looking very nice perfecto, you've definitely captured the feel of the film

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nice comment st1ck135. I'm going to add some fluid clouds and I'm giving serious thought to texturing it.
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