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    Charles Gram

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  1. Nice! Faces are time consuming but very much worth all the effort. Can't wait to see how these look when they're done.
  2. That came out beautiful. That is quite inspirational. Not to smoke but to learn dynamics better.
  3. Thanks! That's high praise coming from a guy with your talent!
  4. Thanks! Glad you enjored it
  5. Thanks Fucher. Sorry for the late reply. I need to get back to spending more time on this forum!
  6. Thanks Robcat. I've been working on several episodes at a time. Currently there are six in the making. I'm happy to finally get something done!
  7. Distribution could be handled through a variety of online sites. I sell my animations through E-Junkie. There is a very low monthly fee and no charge per download. You can either give away content or sell it. A to do list is an excellent idea. I'll work on some odds and ends.
  8. I'm wondering if there will be a new one. I'm constantly finding myself making or looking for new scenery, especially buildings. I for one, would be happy to contribute some models. Is there enough interest in the community?
  9. ChuckGram

    New Henchmen

    Even squirrels bent on world domination require help every now and then. Here are Dick and Mongo waiting for their new job interview. Produce_0.mp4
  10. It boarders on an R rating, you need to be signed in to Youtube to watch it. Comments welcome! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqWZxUBa4MM
  11. Finally posted it to Youtube. Enjoy and of course, feedback is always appreciated! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aM7vk96BOo4&t=2s
  12. Very nice stuff there, John. This has a definite 1950's feel to it.
  13. You can save Bill's actions in the choreography as an act, then import it under ACTS. Add a Second Bill to the choreography. Scale and position the model the same as the first Bill (don't move any bones). Now import the Bill act into the second bill. Remove the first Bill and you should be good to go.
  14. I usually create my own. I never really tried use an existing one. I should make a point of trying it soon actually.
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