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Hey all

Are you on facebook? Are you reading through the ultimaker page and wondering who is who?

I have just seen Marie on there and thought we should all " friend up " lol. So find me and add me :)

Wayne hurdman

Picture at the moment is braddocks ieyo bust.

 

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Facebook for me is more of a place to stay connected with fellow character artist around the world. There is a lot little group to share tricks, tutorials and even got some contract offers throught facebook.

There is some 3d printing group now too with people sharing prints and tricks (not as cool as this forum, of course)

Anyway :) I do understand what you are saying Robert

 

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Awesome Tommy :)

I`m jealous of all you lucky ones in the gaming industry! I look into the KEYSHOT forum most days and some of the characters they produce renderings of are brilliant!

 

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Awesome Tommy :)

 

I`m jealous of all you lucky ones in the gaming industry! I look into the KEYSHOT forum most days and some of the characters they produce renderings of are brilliant!

 

Its a tough buisness... I only just got started (Graduated last year), but find it very hard to find reliable permanent work... Iv'e done alot of project stuff, 3 weeks here, 2 months there...

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