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fiercestudios
06 June 2003, 07:09 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)

fiercestudios
06 June 2003, 07:11 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)

spooky3d
06 June 2003, 02:58 PM
Liked the site. Very nice modeling. Cant believe how many of them you have done.How long does it take you per model?

sforsyth
06 June 2003, 03:42 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...

fiercestudios
06 June 2003, 05:52 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.

sforsyth
07 July 2003, 07:49 AM
Yeah, those were the links I did see, but there are only 12 characters there, not 200...

fiercestudios
07 July 2003, 05:25 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.

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