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Wed, Oct. 19th, 2005, 02:05 pm

I don't generally keep "wishlists" as a rule, not public ones anyway. I have one on amazon that I set up a few years back more as a list for myself of things I wanted to read and watch. I have one on www.renderosity.com (a 3D site) that allows me to divide it into public (what I don't mind people knowing I want) and private (a list for myself where I can secretly admit that I want the PVC dominatrix models). I think theres about three or four items on the public one and even they're only on it because a few people wanted to get me something as thanks for services rendered (pun intended as usual).

Regardless though, I don't generally accept these offers because I enjoy doing the pictures and they're good for keeping me in practice, so it came as quite a surprise when this morning I found that someone had bought me a shotgun model entirely out of the blue. I've got no idea who this person is, they didn't leave a message but it is awesome, so if you're reading this - thanks!

Wed, Oct. 19th, 2005 02:22 pm (UTC)
iresprite

How would I find your stuff on renderosity.com?

Wed, Oct. 19th, 2005 02:45 pm (UTC)
mr_wombat

I don't have 'stuff' on renderosity as such, I never post pictures there, in fact I've not posted anything online in months - since the last White Elephant. Anything I posted should still be on www.dark-sheep.com

That said, its here
http://www.renderosity.com/homepage.ez?Who=mrwombat
The favourite merchants and favourite artists links are... well obviously, the onest I think are the most impressive, if not the most generally useful. The favourite images are some of what I consider to be the most technically impressive pictures I've seen - but again, not necessarially the most interesting or entertaining, just technically impressive.