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Author Topic: Mascots  (Read 26171 times)

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Re: Mascots
« Reply #30 on: August 17, 2008, 06:27:07 pm »

Well cg nation struck it rich.Now first thing they see is the skill and delicate rewarding work that animators face.

Im glad this came from anim8or.makes me proud to use it,no, to be a part of it is more accurate.  :)


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Re: Mascots
« Reply #31 on: August 20, 2008, 02:37:39 am »

Thanks guys, if I get any time between soccer preseason and work I want to squeeze out some new renders.

lynn: Thanks!  That does mean something :)

thecolclough:  No real significance.  I just had that image in my head really.  I always felt a nice perspective angle looking up and a leg up on something looked epic.  Perhaps a bit like an explorer on a ship looking ahead from the front of the ship.  A bit like the way CGN is a new exciting land, and grunk is admiring his new domain ;)  That last part I made up on the spot, though perhaps it was somewhere there all along.
Or what Rudy said...
5L1D3R:  Never read that!  Perhaps if I sharpened the teeth we could change the 'friendlier' part ;)
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