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Old 11-01-2007, 12:53 PM   #16
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I like also even though i would love to see a low poly version of this
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Yeah, it looks really good. The legs look spot on, now.
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Default Re: Toonish Knight

I added a shield and decided to move ahead with texturing. I started with the shield (since it was the last item worked on and seemed the easiest to UV map. I'm still working on the rim and I need to turn the reflectivity down for the paint just a bit. I haven't decided how realistic I want to go with the textures yet and I may change them all once I get finished. But I figured it's always easier to go from detailed to simple rather than the other way around.

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