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    Quote Originally Posted by PhotoTekArtWork View Post
    Before I saw the render, I thought that toy was something else. LOL
    Ditto...
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    Quote Originally Posted by akaracquel View Post
    @XswampyX - it was a lame conceptual attempt at funny, wanted a fidget toy that wouldn't stress me like scrambled Rubik colours do. Didn't end up using any penis images for the render, because I was more pee-occupied with trying to nut out the sub-D like the way I've seen you guyz do it
    Lol.

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    MDSPECIFIC - Spring Toy

    Tricky object. Modeling 25min, texturing/lihtning15min.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDSPECIFIC View Post
    Tricky object. Modeling 25min, texturing/lihtning15min.
    Very cool and it turned out nice.

    Here's a quick effort:

    56 mins modelling (but there was no way I was going to be able to finish all the extras - bucket, sheriff's badge, dynamite, lasso, etc. with the remaining 4 mins!)

    Buckaroo.

    Sorry, been so busy recently trying to finish off a WWII piece (will show you all later).
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    Great entries folks-very high quality!
    I started a new job this week so missed this one entirely.

    New one.....................

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    Quite good entries

    Very nice try, Waves of light.

    @MDSPECIFIC - This toy could be actually funny and so is sublimationman's water gun.

    @Bax33 - Yeah, Lego's could be funny.. and Gumby. It all depends on how we look at.
    btw. I did not know who is Gumby (aaa.. clay humanoid)

    @akaracquel - I can only say... nice wires and beautiful render

    I just expecting to see some sort of cymbal monkey, Rabbitpenny,
    so you are winner!



    ... even if I think that cymbal playing monkey toy could be annoying.
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    Yep, congrats Rabbitpenny.


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    Thanks Creativetone, MDSPECIFIC, and Waves of light. I'm surprised, honored, and always humbled by this competition.

    The cymbal monkey is the only toy that survives from my childhood. I just dug it out of storage. I was curious if it was as tattered as I remembered...Yes indeedy.

    Thanks again Creativetone.


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    Cool. Have you seen 'The Women in Black' yet? There's a really old style one like yours used cleverly in the film.


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    Oh, It is... very sympathetic. I did not know.. sorry, the cymbal monkey.
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    loool Rabbitpenny! <round of [cymbal] applause> Congrats! ^_^

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