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    Superb work, love the design and style.

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    Excellent work! I love the paintover, he has lots of personality

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    You should apply to work at Factor5!

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    very nice man! looks great! i love the painted face...the only thing that i don't like is the arms, ( frontal legs ) i think they could feel a bit more..mmm...realistic..? natural..? dunno keep the good work anyway!
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    Prayer ok do u know how to attach the obj file here???
    DAVESTEEL shh keep it down im aquillar here..i messed up my natural name cause my email was messed up so i had to register under another name
    scratchy yeah that was a great design..lame movie but great design
    Dman3d thanx
    metric thanx ill soon make a whole set of dragons using this one..and ill give the object..might start a dragon challenge lol
    goldo_O lol this is just a hobby to me im actually workin in comic industry, currently im workin alot fo csome well known companies but its a hush hush situation but i really like fiddling round 3d
    metamesh thanx man i know what u mean about hands , im still playin around with it i actually made the whole model when i got bored of photoshoppin and then went boxin in myx and i liked where it was goin so im actually quite surprised it turned out like this
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    no i dont think youl have to host it >_+

    any way i started my own model inspired by yours because yours is so freaking awsomme

    im kinda slow because i just baught my wacom intuos so things get a litle messie when using max so lots of correction doing things 4 times and all haha any way heres what i got so far
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    post a sidewiew with wires visible, oh and u can actually work with pen in max..maan i cant get the feeling of ti,,in max i just gotta use mouse..lol

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    wel hehe its realy hard and anoyn most of the time i dont even know witch buttons i press but hey i wanna be good with this pen so need to practise somehow

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    mesh looks nice and clean id suggest repositioning the legs into a more neutral position it will make unwrapping easier and also make the texturing easier too

    just noticed there is something weird happening on his side unnecessary triangles also i suggest u cut a few more polys in lenght basically just select the edges and chamfer them to create another line of polys and keep the denity of polys consistent cause if u dont have enough basic poly density at level 1 it will end up with a situation of overpoligonised neck and underpoligonised body which will then ask for another unnecessary subdivision, see what i mean neck has like 20 or so polys in lenght and body 2 the trick is to make it kind of even weld down a few neck polys and create more body and ull ahve a nice even mesh

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    Aquilar, your dragon looks mighty amazing! I love the photoshop repaint too, really well done.

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    wel that sounded kinda weired for me :P this is the 2e model im making in max, but i wil try to decode it thnx for the help m8
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    Default Nice Work !!!

    I canīt wait for the final one

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    Aquilar,
    Very nice
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    i took the low poly model and rigged it, when he is finished i'll do a better job and we'll add the displacement and stuff :P but for now this works fine.

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    awsome dude ! looks real good !
    a frend of mine told me that its easyr to animate if you only make the bones of the dragon and not the thinner part of its wings so you can use some sort of plane as wings.
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