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    I should update my Avatar Verlon's Avatar
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    I regret that I have but two thumbs to rate up for this work. Will you settle for an additional big toe?
    Seriously good work, man.
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    I said this on the old Facey-B... but I always LOVE seeing your work David. Always impressive, and so happy that someone still uses LW in major film work.

    Keep it up, and hopefully we'll get a particle overhaul soon!
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    Great work!
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    Yes really great work, FX and compositing

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    It's examples like this where NewTek forums need a "Like" button for posts.

    +1000 Likes from me!
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    Hi David, just saw the movie In UK, lovely billowing effect you got going on those LW particles, subtly believable.

    An honourable thriller to work on. One if , Clint was approaching 50's would not have thought shabby to act Renner.

    Great tension through out well worth seeing Wavers.

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    Realistic!

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    You've made MY day, David; thanks!

    This is priceless for showing students what LW can do. Goes a long way to the thought: just go to work, don't worry about what ain't here. Do great things with what you have.

    Very cool work. The snow stuff was excellent as well as the other stuff stumbled upon.
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    Impressive! Congrats!
    English is not my native language so please be patient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Signal to Noise View Post
    It's examples like this where NewTek forums need a "Like" button for posts.

    +1000 Likes from me!
    Here here. Awesome work, true artist at work.
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