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Old 24-05-2008, 01:46 PM   #1
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Hehee! Nice!

Are you going to texture it?

Nice work!
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Originally posted by Mayaniac
Hehee! Nice!

Are you going to texture it?

Nice work!

yup!! i will texture this bad boy, i'm going to model a plumber utility belt for him
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small update!!
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haha i was expecting to just see a fat guy with his ass hangin out lol

lookin good man, i think the eyebrows could be bushier though... idk, havent played mario in a while
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ha ha! nice job jali!
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thanks guys for all your kind comments:attn:
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pretty good job, but doesn't mario's mustache point downwards instead of upwards? it just doesn't look right *shrug*
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Originally posted by NeoStrider
pretty good job, but doesn't mario's mustache point downwards instead of upwards? it just doesn't look right *shrug*
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thanks for the comment. as for your question his mustache does point upwards, here a pic

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update, uv's layed out:p
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Loving all of your low poly stuff Jali, it all looks spot on. Look forward to seeing him fully textured.

Keep up the great work.
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Originally posted by leonlabyk
Loving all of your low poly stuff Jali, it all looks spot on. Look forward to seeing him fully textured.

Keep up the great work.
thanks man:attn: , i'm preety pleased with it myself:p will start texturing tomorrow
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started to texture mario today, it's not finished but its getting there slowly,

p.s notice the N.E.S belt buckle:attn:
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