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Old 04-11-2005, 01:18 AM   #1
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Default low Poly Mountain Goat

It's for a game demo for school. 1138 triangles. 512x512 color map.
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pretty good shape
you could probably do with spending a lot more time on the texturing though, adding dark areas, highlights and similar. Reference images might have areas that you could borrow.
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I just realized that it says "Montain" Goat.
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yeah.. i'll probably do some more work on the textures... and damn that misspelling!
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I would suggest adding fur to it, low poly style. A few large tris added here and there with transparancy other than a few hairs drawn on each one. Well, maybe it wouldnt look too good, but its worth a try if you have spare time.
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Old 11-11-2005, 01:36 AM   #6
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hey good job. But as every one said please concentrate on the texturing part. Keep it up.
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