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    Video production, 3D, graphics, gaming, programming, PIC microchips, music (playing, listening and singing), sports (play softball, watch my son play football and basketball for his high school)
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    Doug Wills
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    Moyock, NC - Tidewater, VA

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  1. Warning - really long and rambling post.... Majorly long and boring post deleted. After some consideration and a little time, I decided that this really didn't belong on this site. Thanks -Doug
  2. Look, I am no fan of Obama, but let's get off the "57" states thing. He obviously simply mis-spoke. "I've been to 57 states, one more to visit. Not going to Alaska and Hawaii." He obviously meant to say that he has visited 47 states so far, with one to go and two they are not going to visit. Attack his position if you want. Look at his voting record if you want, but let's get off the 57 state thing. It was just a mistake and I am sure that McCain has made mistakes in his speeches too. It happens. Although I tend to vote Republican, I am a moderate and can easily see the value of positions on both sides in many subjects. I really wish politics hadn't degraded into this big mud slinging contest. Let's get back to statesmen working hard to help our country and not concentrating on their own back pocket. Selfless leaders who want to govern, putting their constituents positions above their own. I don't want to hear attacks on the other party. I want to hear how you plan to lead, to fix things, to help make lives better. Give me real answers, not sound bites. Unfortunately, political views are like religious beliefs. We learn our positions at a young age (for or against), typically from our parents (but not always) and I have not met many people who have changed their position once established. Thus the "I'm right and you're wrong" arguments commence, and nothing much gets done. Oh well, back to animating. -Doug
  3. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Thank you and please have a Very Merry Christmas. -Doug
  4. I love your work - as usual. You never seem to disappoint. Great job. Doug
  5. Stian, Terrific as usual. Any plans for this model or just continuing use of your wonderful skills for personal enjoyment and peer jealousy? Please don't shoot me! -Doug
  6. Dave, Wonderful work. Now we need a tutorial so the rest of us midi music animation wannabe's can join in on the fun. -Doug
  7. Tom, That's great news. Please keep us updated on what happens. -Doug
  8. Very nice. Great job. I love the styling. -Doug
  9. I would love to get some info on how you did this. -Doug
  10. The characters look great. Looks like a hit waiting to happen. Good luck. -Doug
  11. Very cool looking. Nice idea. -Doug
  12. Stian, Fantastic as usual. You really set the bar high. It does seem that the weighting is a little off though. I would think that a 2000 pound chunk of metal probably wouldn't most that fast/smoothly, but then again, I haven't seen the transformers movie, so maybe that is normal for these things. Doug
  13. Vern, Thanks, the PDF should work great. Aren't all brothers good for that kind of thing? Mine just got shipped to Italy for three years. Just before leaving he asked if I could watch out for his son who is heading off to college. You know, nothing big, just make sure he gets there, keep on him about his grades, be ready to help in an emergency, give him a place to stay for holidays and vacation, fill up his gas tank when necessary.... lol. You know, nothing big. Seriously, I am happy to help him, but who else do you ask to do this kind of stuff if not your (in your brothers case - very talented) brother? Way to come through for him. I'm sure he truly appreciates it. -Doug
  14. Vern, I would love to get a hi res printable of this if you have the time. I could also print at Kinko's right down the street and put it in a poster frame. My wife would love it. If it's no trouble. -Doug
  15. Vern, Wonderful work, as usual. This is the kind of poster I like to hang in my "movie room" (just a FROG with lights, bar stools, posters and a big screen tv) at home. Any possibility of buying one? -Doug
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