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Old 13-08-2003, 12:49 PM   #166
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Vectorman: Thanks man I hope I get a decent grade too! the funny thing is if you get between 50% and 69.9% then there is absolutley no difference in your grade: Pass 70%+ Distinction 50%- Fail.

So I dont think I'll get a distinction cause as a piece it's not original enough. So a pass will do me just fine!

Z1mmnd14: Yes all the masters courses are just one year long. It's one hell of a hard slog but you learn a crap load of stuff!

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DUUUDE!!!
Awsome!!
the one suggestion I would make would be to maybe speed up the big spiders a bit- the way they are moving now seems suited to spiders that are about 5 feet long- the way they kind of bounce with each step really puts a feeling of largeness in there.

if they are supposed to feel really huge... awsome job!
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thanks Carrot Juice, the spiders are supposed to be pretty big! I'm not doing anymore to this now as I hand it in next week as my masters project. But thanks for the kind words!

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