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Ken Gilliland

Extraordinary
HW3D Exclusive Artist
Here's a few more...

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Ken Gilliland

Extraordinary
HW3D Exclusive Artist
The update to Hummingbirds v2 is out. It includes 10 additional hummingbirds (female counterparts).

For those patiently awaiting Renderosity to transfer their HW accounts... I know they're alphabetically up to at least up to starting "L" (Renderosity username) as of yesterday.

Here's more promo pages from the upcoming Hummingbirds v3...
 

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Ken Gilliland

Extraordinary
HW3D Exclusive Artist
They're definitely up to "J". I got something like 300 emails about receiving a gift on Rendo yesterday.
Yes, I saw yours go through yesterday, followed closely by my own personal avalanche from my HW acct ... that was one ton of emails-- one saying I received a "gift", the second being saying one of my products had been "gifted". I'm surprised they "gifted" me my own products.

I don't believe they are up to "O" though... they appear to be going by Renderosity usernames... hence yours "JOdel" then mine "Ken_Gilliland"... I saw a couple "L"s go through yesterday

I have not gotten a single notice yet. I'm concerned now. I thought they weren't doing it alphabetically. But if they are, I'm definitely not in the loop.
:(

Dana
I have seen some gifts not come in alphabetically... so be patient. Its quite possible they assembled the initial list alphabetically, but later added more to it unalphabetized. Progress isn't necessarily steady either; some days are quiet (a couple dozen to none) and then days like yesterday where I got over a thousand emails. It does appear to happen Monday through Friday-- no weekend work.
 

Dreamer

Dream Weaver Designs
I am in the same boat as DanaTA, User name starting with D and not a thing yet, have seen plenty go the other way so that is cool
 

Miss B

Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time
CV-BEE
I didn't assume they were. I just said "if" they're doing it alphabetically, "M" is after "L" so COULD be some time next week.

Considering how many items they have to process, I can't imagine them doing them in any particular order, it just seems as though they might be. I'm still waiting patiently. Hmmm . . . hundreds of emails . . . Hmmm. That's going to be interesting to say the least.
 

Dreamer

Dream Weaver Designs
@Ken Gilliland I hope you dont mind my asking but I saw an unusual bird today and you were the only one I could thing of that migt be able to tell me what it was after a failed google search.
It was a black duck with white on the front of the neck, same shape and size as your normal duck that you see on every park pond.
Sorry I didn't get a picture for you, there were three or four together with a handful of the normal coloured ducks
 

KageRyu

Lost Mad Soul
Contributing Artist
@Ken Gilliland I hope you dont mind my asking but I saw an unusual bird today and you were the only one I could thing of that migt be able to tell me what it was after a failed google search.
It was a black duck with white on the front of the neck, same shape and size as your normal duck that you see on every park pond.
Sorry I didn't get a picture for you, there were three or four together with a handful of the normal coloured ducks
Was it perhaps the East Indie Duck (3rd picture down the page)?
 

Ken Gilliland

Extraordinary
HW3D Exclusive Artist
@Ken Gilliland I hope you dont mind my asking but I saw an unusual bird today and you were the only one I could thing of that migt be able to tell me what it was after a failed google search.
It was a black duck with white on the front of the neck, same shape and size as your normal duck that you see on every park pond.
Sorry I didn't get a picture for you, there were three or four together with a handful of the normal coloured ducks
Sorry for my delay, I spent the last week cooking... I do a big 2-day Bon Appetit Thanksgiving for family (day of) and friends (day after)... then spent a few days recovering and cleaning up the house.

There are a couple important details I need in order to help on the ID... I'm guessing its a fresh water location because you mentioned "park pond", but some parks are near the ocean, so knowing that the pond was definitely "inland" is helpful. The next thing is a general location... where did to see it? (e.g. Western USA, Europe, Australia?) I'm guessing Europe because "coloured" has the "U" in it.

Apart from the "Black Ducks" link posted above... If its relatively close to the ocean, a female/juvenile Scoter sort of matches that description and is much more "common" than the "East Indie" or "Pomeranian"
 

Dreamer

Dream Weaver Designs
Sorry for my delay, I spent the last week cooking... I do a big 2-day Bon Appetit Thanksgiving for family (day of) and friends (day after)... then spent a few days recovering and cleaning up the house.

There are a couple important details I need in order to help on the ID... I'm guessing its a fresh water location because you mentioned "park pond", but some parks are near the ocean, so knowing that the pond was definitely "inland" is helpful. The next thing is a general location... where did to see it? (e.g. Western USA, Europe, Australia?) I'm guessing Europe because "coloured" has the "U" in it.

Apart from the "Black Ducks" link posted above... If its relatively close to the ocean, a female/juvenile Scoter sort of matches that description and is much more "common" than the "East Indie" or "Pomeranian"
Hi Ken, no worries. I am not getting email notifications from here so having to remember to check from time to time.

So location. I am in Auckland New Zealand, coastal city but our suburb has a lot of fresh water creaks, streams, at lest one river and any number of ponds and baby lakes lol and is about a 10 min drive from the nearest salt water.

I was back where I saw them today and hoped to get a pic for you but the only duck in sight was one common one, the painters working on the house might have had something to do with that, I'll keep an eye out though as its on my sons weekly paper run so bound to see them again at some point.
Oh one of the creaks I mentioned is just behind the houses on the road too if that is any help
 
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