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    episode 3

    well you guys, im experimenting....

    i have to say im not empressed with this one that much, and thought i would see what you think....

    i think im going about this to quickly, what i mean is a week ago i could only do the side view then went to 2-d, then 3-d, and now a very complex 3-d view.....

    let me no how to improve and ill do it better, give me ideas....

    im not afraid of critism it helps me to improve on things

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    Re: episode 3

    thats paint?

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    Re: episode 3

    Excellent man! Great idea for a clip. I'd only like to have seen you take away the sharp corners from the nose of the car... I know you were going for aggressive, but you just needed to break the corners a touch to really finish off the design.
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