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Old 23-08-2010, 02:02 PM   #1
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Hi Guys and Girls.

Havent been in here for a while. Glad to see another challenge is underway. I was looking back a few months ago and nothing ever happened so surprised to see this thread

Anyway, Love the new idea and I was having a think about the horror genre and scary characters and one thing that always made me sh*t my pants, were those Dogs in resident evil 2.

The people were bad too but really slow and didnt scare u as much as you could just pop them in the head but the dogs were much faster and harder to get away from. I plan to re-create the image below hopefully in a dark alley (if I have time for a scene) but from the perspective of the dog lookin at you, as if to say - im coming for you!

never done a realistic animal before so going to try it. I should probably also note, I havent touched a 3d program in about 8 months so glad get using it again.

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Sound like a good idea s2-speedy, look farward to your progress.............dave
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Old 23-08-2010, 02:35 PM   #3
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Thanks Dave,

Hopefully make a start on this tonight. Just going to collect some reference of a doberman dog
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Good to see you and so many others joining in this challenge, good luck, and I will be watching your progress, loved all the Resi Evil games so hope you do them proud....lol.
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Cheers Dango, I shall do my best

Glad to see a heathly number of people participating. Hope they can all finish.
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This is the kind of horror monster I like to see!
Those dogs in resident evil terrify me (even more so because I've been attacked by one before in real life).
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elephantinc youve been attacked my a resident evil dog are you sure........LOL....dave
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lol, well it wasn't a zombie but it was a doberman type thing.
Glad to see someone doing something a bit less conventional.
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Nice one Speedy! Looking farward to the output.
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agreed. the original resident evil....classic!

and those dogs caused me more than a little anxiety.

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Onya Speedy!!! bahahah yep...I absolutely s**t myself in that part of the game!!! I dont know what it was about the dogs?? Even (game 2 I think) when they chased you around a fountain or something in the garden. Had the same effect..though when they came through that window....ppwwwwffffttt..uh oh...my very young daughter at the time jumped and looked at me and said "Daddy are you ok...you spilt your beer"...bahahaha

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haha glad to hear i wasnt the only 1 who got freaked out by them damn dogs! yeah bullet, the window part was 1 of the worse parts! think that was the first scariest games I had played and even when u know its coming it still gets me.

Thanks for the comments everybody, ill try and do it justice seeing as we have some resi fans in the house.

Elephantic: - I hope my progess doesnt bring you any bad memories. :hug: lol.
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bahahaha at least it isnt the giant tarantula's mate...they werent really scary but that soft hard to hear budda..budda..budda still creeps me out...waiting for the b***tard to fall off the roof on me LOL.

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OK its not much but here is a start I made on the head. Just blocking the basic shape out at the minute.
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You have to start some were, looking good..........dave
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