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Kjacky

Another Gr8 skin Thanks NewExe


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Phoenix

Good work. Upload it to our distro. :D


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NewExe
Thanks you guys!

Glad you liked it  :)

 


 


 


 




Good work. Upload it to our distro. :D




 


Hi,Phoenix


I upload to distro


but I can not see link to mirror

sorry for my bad english

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fish3r

good work as always :) +1


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CybotX

NewExe, thats awesome onw, keep up the good work [+1 ]


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Phoenix

Hi,Phoenix

I upload to distro

but I can not see link to mirror

sorry for my bad english

 

 

 

 

While using IDM (Internet download manager) the link appears while downloading. You can try that link.

 

Nobody is perfect and so there is no problem with your English. Feel free to communicate.  :D

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NewExe

 

 

 

While using IDM (Internet download manager) the link appears while downloading. You can try that link.

 

Nobody is perfect and so there is no problem with your English. Feel free to communicate.  :D

 

 

Ok ,Thanks :)

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CybotX

good quality music tune n excellent graphics, very nice NewExe. I m still enjoying that music n graphics.


Can you make 3D models using 3dx max, then i can write codes for directx graphics and render those 3d models and we can achieve 3D greetings for team URET with some nice animations. And that could be distributed with patches. Greetings messages can be generated with a automated tool that i will write similar to one from 'dup2' . Just fill in the instructions for greetings, choose a animation template and hit the generate button. However i this won't be a stanalone app it'll have some dependencies, as the graphics rendering will be based on the components if not installed on the host OS then have to distribute the dependencies as well.. Don't know if that sounds interesting.


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Nieo

It's really a Good idea..Cybotx  ;)


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NewExe

good quality music tune n excellent graphics, very nice NewExe. I m still enjoying that music n graphics.

Can you make 3D models using 3dx max, then i can write codes for directx graphics and render those 3d models and we can achieve 3D greetings for team URET with some nice animations. And that could be distributed with patches. Greetings messages can be generated with a automated tool that i will write similar to one from 'dup2' . Just fill in the instructions for greetings, choose a animation template and hit the generate button. However i this won't be a stanalone app it'll have some dependencies, as the graphics rendering will be based on the components if not installed on the host OS then have to distribute the dependencies as well.. Don't know if that sounds interesting.

 

Cybotx ,thanks for your nice comment :hi:

I find it very interesting that your new tool

with opportunities to work with animation model

and graphics.

is always good to meet new tools.

would be interesting

when finalizing your design

a tutorial explaining how to use the operation and

would be of great value.

PS : the sad part is that I have no experience

with 3dmax. :(

but in the future I would like to learn to use

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CybotX

Thanks for the reply NewExe.


No problem.


Will be Looking forward .. 3dsx max. maya


 


PS: mspaint is my best friend, hehe ..!


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