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Irkutsk Guard by John Yu

Irkutsk Guard
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Title Irkutsk Guard
Software 3ds max 9, VRay
Comment HI everyone The image mainly shows the Irkutsk guard. I wish you'll like it. Modeled in 3dmax, rendered with VR2 and postwork made in Photoshop
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