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    The fire ring's just so beautiful... man The final piece will definitely be very mesmerizing!

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    Yes. The fire is amazing! Super Sculpting and texturing!

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    gang thanks!

    SolidSnakexxx thanks! I can't wait to see it all come together!

    bryzol Thanks! sculpting fire has been a great learning experience.


    Working on getting the sculpting and pose finalized. Still lots to do but its getting there! I will try to get the transpose movie up soon.

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    looking good harmonic. very good indeed. i love your retop work. its nice.
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    Gohanf22 thank you I am glad you like!

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    Harmonic, just love the rake feel to the surface.... This is getting very classic in terms of look... (I wish to have this on my table as a small statuette )

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    yeah, this looks like the raw muscle without skin.... oh damn, so.... ugly... i mean, the more realistic it becomes, the more i am afraid of clicking this thread... .... ....

    anyway,very nice work!

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    Lookin good! I like the combination you have of skin and bone. Also how the muscles folding over and around the bones. Interesting from an anatomy perspective
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    Aaaaahhhh Iīve just discovered the flames.
    Fantastic work they look very natural..
    *sing* I fell into a burning ring of fire...I went down down down and the flames went higher....

    canīt wait to see it finished... this will definitely be HOT !!!!!!

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    SolidSnakexxx thanks, your comments are always appreciated! I would love to have a small model of this on my desk too, but I would really love to get it output in bronze someday

    wethand sorry dude! I didn't mean to gross you out! But its kinda funny to me because I think the muscles are beautiful. But I can certainly understand that they can be a bit disturbing.

    Captain Sensible thanks, I have learned so much about anatomy from doing this. If I don't win a prize at least I will have greatly furthered my knowledge!

    Moni-Poroni thanks your comments are fun. Glad you like the fire.



    I have been trying all day to upload my traspose vid to YouTube, and after and hour and a half of YouTube thinking about uploading the vid I get UNKOWN EROR! Does anyone know what is up with that or what I need to do. It is getting very frustrating!!!!

    Well here is my work for today. This will go in the center of the ring of fire. Its all primitives, except the cross, that was made with the topo tool and radial symmetry.

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    Wow, this is awesome......The design has a hint of Tibetan look and very cool

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    you sure it isnt some other culture? anyway your doing a good job harmonic. amazing work.
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    SolidSnakexxx thaks! I am not sure where the design that I based this off of came from, just an image I had on my computer.

    Gohanf22 thanks, I am not sure but I would think Tibet is a good guess.

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    Finally got the traspos vid sorted out. It was a lot of work.

    Last edited by Harmonic; 01-23-09 at 04:44 PM.

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    Cool subtool there
    but your last post with the youtube url...looks
    BUT it works
    Why is the size of the zmovie so small?
    Sorry I donīt know anything about that

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