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    Hi Geert, nice work you've got there, you're helping a lot af people that need anatomy refrence, maby you can make a living of it. (did you find some spare time during the exam periods? hehe...)
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    wow! very interesting work. Your presentation skills are amazing. You have made anatomy study into an art form.

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    hey etcher, as your work is always cool i can't say anything but this is one of my favourite threads. your modells and presentations are always looking good. but you exceeded everything by starting this hardsurface anatomy thing, this is so rad. hope you will keep on pushing things forward like you did in the past. it's a pleasure for me to see all these cool stuff.

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    Wow!
    Your putting me under alot of stress now!
    Im proud of you, this is such a motivation, thanks again!

    Btw, is this going to be printed?

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    Wow! Here are the SubTools you were talking about. Yay! Great new stuff!
    The little fish is confusing me, though.

    You`re going to do some fantasy stuff now?? That sounds pretty cool. Fantasy stuff is always great. Don`t let us wait to long!

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    Superb.


    respect.

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    I remember how much time I spent to understand carpal bones ... it looks so easy in your post (looks ... but actually are intricate, I know )
    Great work man !!!
    I love it

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    Hey girls and guys! A big thanks for taking the time to leave a comment! !

    mutte696: thanks bud, it would be a dream come true to see some of it published someday... . Quote: "did you find some spare time during the exam periods?" you got it: every free minute counts man! No time to waste! .

    moonlitmaverick: hey man, thanks a lot! Still gotta' push this anatomy thing way further though... . Looking forward to your next! !

    Al.Tintop: thanks for the awesome comment man! Got more plans for the anatomy stuff, but time is an issue... we'll see! Judging from your new sketchbook, you didn't waste time either; your sculpting improved again! .

    Santis: big thanks!! Again, looking forward to see what you come up with! Yeah, I want to get this printed (and then some...) gotta' do some research first though - will keep you posted when it's good to go! .

    Moni-Poroni: thanks Moni! Yeah, those subtools... I wanna' get this guy retopo-ed and into C4D for rigging... lot's o' work .
    But, how are you? Seeing fish everywere ... signs of working too hard / too late ... you're gettin' me worried... .
    Fantasy stuff: that'll be a further development of Axl's world/characters- yeah!Wootwoot!

    Cherea: wow, thanks Cherea ! Glad to see you posting again!

    HiPi: Again, thanks a lot! Yeah, that's what I like about Gottfried Bammes's anatomy books: he showed me how to look at/deconstruct the human machine, glad you think I made a good reproduction .

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    You're giving Bames a whole new Dimension. Thanks a lot !

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    Cant belive what you do despite it being in front of me lol.The workflow could teach anyone anything.Your scale and controls are always perfect, cant wait to see the fantasy work come through again.I'd like to put a theme tune to my email notification of when you upload ha ha.Catch you again soon I hope !Best wishes cal

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    TOPROW!!
    I saw it the second it was refreshed haha
    Congratulations well deserver especially the skeleton

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    I agree, the top row was deserved! Congrats!!

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    Hey, honestly congratz! all your efforts here really should be rewarded!

    You really are engaging in something that is truly creative, insightful and unique, I enjoy what you post and really look forward to your end result with this book!

    Keep it up! And make sure you see this through!
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    Yeah TOP ROW!About time too imo!Your helpfull skilled advice should have a permanent thumbnail and now it has!!Bravo,sitting here clapping and the dog along with the community think Im bananas!lol..Great stuff buddy,Im so happy for you!Catch you soon,cal

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    Yeah! as I said, one of my favourites. congrats on the top row.

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