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Old 08-04-2006, 07:40 AM   #16
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I didn't think he could learn it, but he really surprised me. I guess if they really want to they can. If you want to see a picture of the young artist Click This Link

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Old 08-04-2006, 07:54 AM   #17
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so he is better than me in maya and also better than me making planes
you have a real artist
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Old 08-04-2006, 06:22 PM   #18
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your kid tom is the first prodigy [child] that i have seen.
i have seen a few but not as young as him.
if this keeps going on he will be better than ya at maya paul........by far :blush:
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Old 08-04-2006, 06:36 PM   #19
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Crap Paul, your son's a friggin genius! Those planes are awesome!

Tell him that he's the most artistic kid of his age that iv'e ever seen!

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Old 08-04-2006, 10:08 PM   #20
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Thanks Guys,

But he is a pretty normal little kid. He is doing well at school but not advanced in any way and he does sports like Taekwondo etc. However he his very interested in making things and extremely interested in Movies. He asked me if we can buy King Kong, just so he can watch the Making. He watches all the Makings! Stuart Little was the first movie making that sparked his interest. I remember him asking me why the mother was talking to her hand and once I explained it, he wanted to know how they made Stuart and put him on her hand.

He did This Video for a competition last year, not long after turning 6.

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wow he's great and he's just 6 damn he'll be great in no time I mean he reached my skill and I'm 18 (gotta work harder then)
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Ha ha! That was brilliant! Well done!:attn:
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if he likes acting who knows, maybe he will be the next orlando bloom. lol
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Awesom.

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hey BMS if its not too much trouble do you think you can post some more work that ur son did.

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No probs,

I will post some more this week. He was naughty on Sunday so his mother told him he has lost the PC and Playstation for a week

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Hi Guys,

I was restoring files from my old HD and I found a tutorial my son made a few months back. He's been watching the Simplymaya ones and wanted to make his own.

I found his use of terminology really funny. Hope you guys like it.

Right Click and Save As

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holy crap! That's awesome! Your son is a genious! :attn:
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Haha how cute and I think my mate might have learnt something from it but who knows as that tute was probably too intermediate for him
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