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    Doctor Who: "The Dream Child" 3D Wicked animation

    Found this, why have I not seen this ... my god it's good.

    This is just stunning in all forms , story, rigging,art and its The Best Dr....

    done by Daniel L Smith * posts here I believe . and a whole load of people from Dave School , even the end is funny!

    3D http://vimeo.com/25840492

    2D http://vimeo.com/25515542

    it rocks , don't know if its LightWave think it maybe .
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    Quote Originally Posted by OnlineRender View Post
    don't know if its LightWave think it maybe .
    It says it is in the comments.

    Excellent. thanks for the heads-up.

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    ahh so it does I watched the 3D version though :P I thought it might be Lightwave being Dave School

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    It's actually better than some of the real episodes.

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    That was fun! I like the end credits, gave me a chuckle.

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    My favorite part was actually the credits. Haven't heard "Pop Music" in a loooooong time and the Dancing Dr. was hilarious. I had almost closed the tab, but the name Katie Hamberger caught my eye.
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    S'very good innit?
    If ever there was an argument for a "Saturday morning" style Dr Who program this would be it.
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