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    Semiconductor node? eV1Te's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pantagrool View Post
    Nice deltoids there, JoePoe!
    Clear sign of excessive mouse usage

    However I don't like that the color of my tea inside the cup has the same color as that muddy water in the wave in his picture!

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    Here we go....

    Jamesxx - Stungun - Nice subpatch model and I like the render. The blue glass looks great.
    Pinkmouse - Hadcuffs - Intricate modelling there, even down to the keyhole. Pity it's over time, but I can see why.
    Bellmore - baton & aviators - Simple but effective, not sure how you got the glass and the frames to match up so well, Any pointers?
    Waves of light - Cartman - Heh, 'respect my authoritah!' He looks perfect. Great job.
    Kuzey - Gas mask - Lovely model, It all looks so simple! Nice to see the update as well.
    eV1Te - FBI mug - Good job and nice wires, It's harder than it looks to make a good cuppa' I think you need to stew it a bit more and how about washing the inside of the cup? :P
    ANS - Dougnut - Hmmmmmm with sprinkles on it. Was that done with instances?
    akaracquel - Inspector gadget - Mental. I thought your head might explode!
    Pantagrool - Riot shield - Love the detail on the grip very ergonomic.
    Joepoe - Waves - Looks nice.

    And the winner is Waves of light for the somewhat intimidating cartman. Great modelling.

    Well done all.

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    Stuck in a very big cube Waves of light's Avatar
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    Thanks guys. I guess I will have to think of something special for the next one... but first, one of my favourite subjects in the next comp PIXAR: http://forums.newtek.com/showthread....enge-228-Pixar

    @Kuzey - love you timelapse, learn so much - wish I was as quick at sub-d modelling as you.


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    Congrats Ricky.
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    Stuck in a very big cube Waves of light's Avatar
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    Thanks akaracquel, thanks Steve.


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    Congrats waves of light and thx kuzey, your timelapses are really helpful maybe I' also try to do one for the pixar challenge

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    Stuck in a very big cube Waves of light's Avatar
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    Thanks Jamesxx. Yep, you can learn a lot from Kuzey's timelapse videos, check out his blog for more - http://kuzey3d.blogspot.co.uk/


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    Quote Originally Posted by Waves of light View Post
    Thanks Jamesxx. Yep, you can learn a lot from Kuzey's timelapse videos, check out his blog for more - http://kuzey3d.blogspot.co.uk/
    Haha...as I like to think of them..how not to model :P

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    Hey - I didn't know you could bridge edges, now I do - thanks Kuzey I liked the way you tackled it

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    Stuck in a very big cube Waves of light's Avatar
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    And watching 'mistakes' is just as valuable as the other processes


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    In a ideal world, you would only need to select two edges you want to bridge & then loop or expand loop selection & then bridge.

    Unfortunately, you'll have to watch your selection order or you'll end up with a huge mess :P

 

 
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