The Tortoise and the H' Air

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Re: The Tortoise and the H' Air

Post by Nez » 29 Jul 2009, 08:03

Fantastic detail as always, your textures always leave me feeling totally inadequate!

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Re: The Tortoise and the H' Air

Post by Vizu » 31 Jul 2009, 15:47

Outstanding --- WOW
not only the modeling, i favorise the idea.
Good work and waiting for more Images.

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Re: The Tortoise and the H' Air

Post by robert » 04 Aug 2009, 17:21

I always want to see progress, even if I'm not here for the reveal. :)

What you get done is always incredible!
I just wish I had more time to come around here.
If you see a zukazamme it's probably me.

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Re: The Tortoise and the H' Air

Post by Shike » 15 Aug 2009, 22:07

Amazing work!
Can't quite grasp how you came up with this idea but the result is really cool!
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Re: The Tortoise and the H' Air

Post by Mad Mouse » 17 Aug 2009, 09:30

Thanks Guys
When you have time, and if you want to, I'm interested in details of how you create your textures. The tweaking pasting and poking. Is there already a tutorial or some material from you about that around?

I'd love to have the time to do a tutorial or two but I never seem to get round to it.



The steampunk tortoise will be on hold for a little while as I've become involved with another project.
Rest assured that this one wont fall down the back of the unfinished projects cupboard.

In the words of a certain Californian governor... ' I'll be back!'

Till then

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Re: The Tortoise and the H' Air

Post by tahnoak » 04 Sep 2009, 20:12

Wow Steve, as always, top notch work. Of course in my mind you are probably whipping that out in a couple of hours but in reality, at least I hope or else I need more work than I thought :) , it takes a long time to generate something that detailed and precise.

Either way, fantastic work!

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Re: The Tortoise and the H' Air

Post by Mad Mouse » 05 Sep 2009, 20:00

Thanks Tahnoak. I'm hoping to get back to this one before too long.
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Re: The Tortoise and the H' Air

Post by robert » 12 Sep 2009, 02:06

I've been gone from here for almost a month and I haven't missed much, that's good enough for me.
Yay college!
If you see a zukazamme it's probably me.

The thing about finding the truth is you first have to find who's hiding it.

Flow looks good, and it is important.

Logic, mathematics, and science let you see through the grime.

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Re: The Tortoise and the H' Air

Post by tahnoak » 18 Sep 2009, 13:44

There really is nothing that I can see which can truly express how exquisite your work is. Thanks for giving me something to aspire towards, even if my own personality will never let me get there :D

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Re: The Tortoise and the H' Air

Post by splinters » 21 Sep 2009, 23:30

Hey Steve, I am looking forward to seeing this one finished. Hopefully, it won't do a Frankenstein eh... :shock:

And I promise to take another look at that when I get a minute.

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