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06-30-2003, 08:09 AM
for those who are interested in what this is/was, click the website link.. for some reason I can't seem to add anymore images then when you see, however the site has tons of models..
http://www.fiercestudios.com/toonworld3d/please_wait_tooning_in.jpg http://www.fiercestudios.com/toonworld3d/images/jonny_hi.jpg The Toonworld3D website (http://www.fiercestudios.com/toonworld3d/toonworld3d.htm)
06-30-2003, 08:11 AM
TOONWORLD3D WEBSITE (http://www.fiercestudios.com/toonworld3d/tourpage(c)2002.htm)
anywone who checks out the website, please come back to this thread and post a comment on the work. It took me many months to create the 200 models found on the site. I have kept it in the attic until now.
You could call it a Chuck Jones Tribute ----long live old school :buttrock:
Be Sure to check out the Pulse 3D cartoon (http://www.fiercestudios.com/toonworld3d/fiercestudios(c)2000/Web/fishface.html)
06-30-2003, 03:58 PM
Liked the site. Very nice modeling. Cant believe how many of them you have done.How long does it take you per model?
06-30-2003, 04:42 PM
I love the idea behind it, and totally agree. Cartoons aren't what they used to be.
I personally very much like cartoony stuff aswell, so this goes down well with me. :thumbsup:
Thing is, I can't view very many of these 200 models you've done, or am I just missing an obvious link somewhere? The site only seems to show a few of them...
06-30-2003, 06:52 PM
Try this link (http://www.fiercestudios.com/toonworld3d/characters.htm)
and this link (http://www.fiercestudios.com/toonworld3d/scenesprop.htm)
for each prop it took me about 15 to twenty minutes, some a bit longer. the characters took me about two to four days.
Here is something suprising, none of them have textures, they're all color shaded. No maps.
07-01-2003, 08:49 AM
Yeah, those were the links I did see, but there are only 12 characters there, not 200...
07-01-2003, 06:25 PM
ahhhh No it's not 200 -characters-, it's 200 -models-.... If I had 200 characters I would have sold them all by now as a model library.
I modeled tons of props and buildings. I have more characters but I keep them offline because they're more original looking then the generic ones I have online now. I'm sure at some point I'll sell the whole thing to the public.
01-15-2006, 02:00 PM
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