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One of my first models/animations I actually attempted to put work into used C4D. judge it let me know what i can do better as far as everything goes.
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>>639451
dont care. post current stuff.

bye
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>>639451
post in /wip you cunt. nobody wants to see your shits polluting whole board.
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>>639451
>>639900
I can't really give good feedback but I think it actually pretty good but yeah I agree with anon, post it in a wip thread or something
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>>639452
the edge of the knife seems good but the rest looks like you said "ehh fuck it, circa Diablo 2 is good enough"
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>>639900
>CUHNDENSE YOUR SHIT
Fuck you pal, did your shitty Blender vs everyone else thread get thrown off the board or something?
Generals are cancer and anyone idiotic enough to think that one thread for actual work and a million threads for inane comments that never go anywhere is a positive state of affairs is on hard drugs
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>>639965
Okay everyone, let's start putting our WIP work in individual threads. One thread per faggot, or, even better, one per work. Soon, we'll see all our threads dropping off the board without even one C&C.
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>>639967
>he thinks /3/ gets enough traffic to warrant this kind of behavior
crossboard harder why don't you





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