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Old 17-09-2005, 02:38 PM   #1
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I was bored, so I decided to do a small project. This is mostly for me to learn texturing in Photoshop. If any of you have played Phantasy Star Online 1, then you will know what this is. Its one of those annoying flying things that mass attack you and kill you very fast. I was just wondering if this would be acceptable for a game. This is very low poly, 274 tris.
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looks like a one-eyed humpty dumpty with robotic arms!
hehe, nice little play around though.
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WOW... I think that i am going to do the same thing
to get better at maya madding
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