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Re: SMC Challenge Men's or Ladies' Jewelry COMMENTS

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Re: SMC Challenge Men's or Ladies' Jewelry COMMENTS

Post by Unavailableartist » 04 May 2013, 19:48

Finis, buddy, I know it's not quite over... but congrats. What's next!?

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Post by Finis » 04 May 2013, 22:55

Must wait for official vote count. (Or for Steinie's official acknowledgment. Part of the awesome power of the previous winner.)

I thought some other entries were better for technical aspects or creativity.

An idea is brewing for a challenge topic. Or there is the Idea Pool http://united3dartists.com/forum/vi ... f=22&t=433.
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Post by Finis » 06 May 2013, 03:56

Too tired to make the challenge threads tonight. Will do soon. Rules will be the usual: make your own models etc. plus you can use model generating programs (Daz, Bryce, Plant Studio, Ivy Generator).

Topic: Poor Land. Make images of places poor people live, play, work, or do things. Examples: Laundromat. Trailer park. Local flavor would be good. You could show how poor folks live in your country or area.
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Re: SMC Challenge Men's or Ladies' Jewelry COMMENTS

Post by jamesmc » 06 May 2013, 14:31

Congratulations o Finis one!

Cool topic, I'll see if I can think of something, oh wait - I live in poor land. :)
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