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Joseph Warren (Alex)
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I'm A College Student and wish to create my first animated film upon graduation.

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This question will also be posted to The Order of Explorers Facebook Page. If you would like a link to that, it can be found below the post. ~Alex

Ok, so I'm researching for a project regarding Mammoths and Mastodons. These two are completely different species from each other, not even belonging in the same genus. And yet, both of these creatures lived in the same areas at the same time as one another. Those of you fellow Paleo nuts already know this, right? So I'm trying to understand what might have happened in situations where one crossed paths with another. The best way I can think to get some answers to this is to look at what happens when two different types of elephant encounter one another. So I tried looking for information on this, but I get nothing satisfactory, despite the fact that there are some zoos that keep both African Bush, and Asian Elephants in the same enclosure. I'm just unsure as to where, and or how to access information on this topic. So as a result, I'm asking if any of you out there would happen to know of anything. Do you know where I can find such information? Do you have any ideas of your own on how such encounters would go? Let me know, or post any links where applicable. 

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This question will also be posted to The Order of Explorers Facebook Page. If you would like a link to that, it can be found below the post. ~Alex

Ok, so I'm researching for a project regarding Mammoths and Mastodons. These two are completely different species from each other, not even belonging in the same genus. And yet, both of these creatures lived in the same areas at the same time as one another. Those of you fellow Paleo nuts already know this, right? So I'm trying to understand what might have happened in situations where one crossed paths with another. The best way I can think to get some answers to this is to look at what happens when two different types of elephant encounter one another. So I tried looking for information on this, but I get nothing satisfactory, despite the fact that there are some zoos that keep both African Bush, and Asian Elephants in the same enclosure. I'm just unsure as to where, and or how to access information on this topic. So as a result, I'm asking if any of you out there would happen to know of anything. Do you know where I can find such information? Do you have any ideas of your own on how such encounters would go? Let me know, or post any links where applicable. 

Follow me to these wonderous places!

Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCvViO…
DeviantArt: vcubestudios.deviantart.com/
Facebook: www.facebook.com/joseph.warren…

And consider becoming a member of The Order of Explores!
Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCI2Pk…
Facebook: www.facebook.com/The-Order-of-…
I'm not sure if this is the right page to post this, but maybe someone out there can help me with my problem.

So I bought both the V4.2 base model, and the morph++ injections. But for some reason, they don't work the way I expected. To give a specific example, I tried to use the morph to change the glute size, right? But it will only affect the hip area, and not the rest of the area needed. These being the thighs & the like. In fact, it seems as though everything from the hips down gets ignored by the morphs. For instance, I loaded a character preset for this model, Hoshiko from Content Paradise, but when I added the body injection, the hips and legs didn't morph accordingly. Am I doing something wrong? Did I not install the morphs correctly? I'm not sure. If someone could help me with this, that'd be awesome.

~Alex
Paleoart: Twilight Patrol by vcubestudios
Paleoart: Twilight Patrol
On a warm summer night in Ice Age America, two mighty lions patrol the outer boundaries of their territory. Panthera Leo Atrox, AKA the American Lion was one of the largest big cats to have ever walked the earth, and certainly was top predator in nearly every region it lived in during the Pleistocene. 

So, this piece may look different from my usual works. That is because this piece is my first published work done in CGI. The softwares I used to make this were Poser 10, and GIMP. The model you see is the Millenium Big Cat model, purchased at DAZ's website, but with a customized texture by yours truly. I got a tip recently that eurasian Cave Lions may have sported slight striping on the rear portions of the body, including the back legs and the tail. & though it may not have come out well here, I made use of this in my custom render here. The grass was accomplished by simply using the hair feature on the ground, though I have no idea how to change the color at this time. And finally, I just used GIMP to give it a sky, lots of filters, fireflies and stars to give it that pretty feeling of a proper art piece. 
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This post should tell you what you need to know about this role. If you have any additional questions, please send me a note, or email me at antarctopelta@yahoo.com with the subject "audition questions". Hope to hear from you soon.

~Alex
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So I created a new Facebook Page, + YouTube Channel titled "The Order Of Explorers". Come & See some previously unreleased artwork, & more description of previous pieces. There's already 3 things on the Facebook page for you to see. Now there isn't anything on the YouTube channel yet, but I hope to change that soon. & you will see notices for that on DA and on this and other social media outlets that come in the future. Special thanks for Blazbaros for designing the logo, and until next time,

"... suit the action to the word, the
word to the action... hold, as 'twere, the
mirror up to nature."

(Shakespear, Hamlet)

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GabrielStahl Featured By Owner 7 hours ago  Student Filmographer
Thank you for the favourite +fav , much appreciated! Meow :3 
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Thanks for the Alamosaurus + Quetzalcoatlus fave A :happybounce: 
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thanks!;)
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thanks jo!
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Thanks for the favorite!
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Thank you so much for fav and... I like your beard! <3
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